Triple H remains one of the most well-known pro wrestlers of all time, and he is now viewed as a father figure for younger talent. The Game is now the head of WWE Creative and has made quite a few changes already. In fact, The Game has huge plans for the women’s division as well.
Since 2016, WWE has given a lot of importance to women’s wrestling in general, and the results speak for themselves. In the past few months, WWE has brought back female wrestlers such as Dakota Kai and Emma, among others.
In fact, there seems to be a reason for that. According to Fightful’s paywall, the company is now focused on restocking their women’s division with experienced female talent who are ready for television.
Those that we spoke to said that WWE was hoping to restock the women’s division with several TV-ready, experienced women’s wrestlers. Emma returned recently, and Fightful revealed that the company had an interest in bringing Tegan Nox in as well. Fightful reached out to Green who claimed she hadn’t been contacted for a return, and noted she still has NWA, Wrestlecade and other indie bookings scheduled well into March 2023.
Triple H has already made numerous improvements to the overall WWE product. By the looks of it, fans can expect betterment for the women’s division in the coming months.
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