Triple H is undoubtedly a veteran in the pro wrestling world and is one of the most important figures in the company’s history, being one of the mainstays of the Attitude Era. His career spanned several World Title reigns and memorable moments throughout the years.

The Game was made the head of WWE Creative after Vince McMahon’s retirement. Since then, he has made numerous changes to the WWE product and fans couldn’t be happier.

While speaking during the NXT Halloween Havoc press conference, Shawn Michaels explained how communication for main roster call-ups has changed after Triple H took over.

Look, the one thing we kinda pride ourselves on, and I’ll say it, given what we’ve been through in the last year, somebody snatching a talent out from underneath us, that’s the kind of trouble we want. That means we’re doing our job.


Creatively, it can cause a few hitches in our giddy-up. Right now, I can’t imagine that happening, because the communication is such that, again, Hunter said, ‘we’re looking to take her, when can you get her finished up by?’ Or he says, ‘holy cow, we want her right now, we’re gonna take her, but is there a way we ca button this up on the other side?’ We will figure out a way to do creatively what we have to do, but our goal is to get our talent to the main roster.

It’s different from what it was before. Everything else, we’ve always talked about getting prior knowledge, or a note, some kind of communication, so we could prepare. For the most part, that didn’t happen. But, now we’re sure it will. If it doesn’t, that’s trouble we don’t mind. We adjust to everything here. Our job is to get people to the main roster, so if that’s something we deal with, then that means we’re doing our job well.

Triple H also missed Monday Night RAW this week after contracting COVID-19. Regardless, he will continue to make huge changes in WWE and that is unlikely to change anytime soon.

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