WWE has been there serving its fans weekly entertainment along with various other content and monthly pay-per-views. The task requires a gigantic team that is driven by the passion to deliver quality to its WWE Universe.

While that is the idea behind every work in WWE, some within the company expected some change in their workload after Triple H took charge of the creative division. It’s not been two complete months for The Game, as he took charge in July 2022.

According to Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp, some within the producer/agent side of things expected their workload to be adjusted when Triple H took over for Vince McMahon, but that hasn’t happened yet.

Some within the producer/agent side of things expected their workload to be adjusted when Triple H took over for Vicen McMahon, but that hasn’t happened as of yet.

While managing such big events week in and out requires considerate effort, one cannot deny that any change can’t happen overnight. The head of the division will have to look at the task at hand and delegate tasks accordingly.

Triple H has worked with the entire staff, but understanding and bifurcating one’s work requires some time and analysis to understand who has a bigger work on the table and how that can be reduced for a productive work-life balance.

Do you think it’s too early to expect a change at such a macro level without getting into the micro level of things? Sound off in the comments.

Amit Shukla

Stone Cold fan and a Movie Buff who loves to write about wrestling and watch movies or any content 24/7. Favourite Movies include Inception, and Ankhon Dekhi among others.

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