WWE has become completely different entity ever since former WWE chairman and CEO Vince McMahon decided to take voluntary retirement, amidst various hush money and sexual allegation scandals. While the television programming and development of stars have been significant, there is a new report that says otherwise.

Vince McMahon became a pioneer in making WWE the global juggernaut it is today. However, after he dropped the ball and went home, his daughter Stephanie McMahon and WWE President Nick Khan took over the company as co-CEOs with Triple H taking the reins as Head of Creative, a position closely held by Vince himself. Triple H took it upon himself to re-hire a lot of people after taking control of WWE, talent that his father-in-law previously released.

The new WWE management made make-shift changes in their product in terms of improving television product, storylines, better growth opportunities for prospects, and return of top superstars let go during the Vince McMahon era such as Bray Wyatt, Braun Strowman, and Karrion Kross. However, according to a report by WrestleVotes on Twitter, some of those stars brought back during the rehiring wave have underperformed since their return and have not matched up to Triple H’s expectations.

I’m told a handful of talent brought back in the “rehiring wave” over the summer have underperformed and severely underwhelmed Triple H & others since returning to the company.


Triple H has been widely praised for his strategies and efforts to make WWE a better product. However, with this recent report, it seems like some of the rehired superstars might be on their way out once again due to failing to deliver to the expectations of The Game.

Do you think some of the rehired superstars have indeed underperformed? Sound off in the comments!

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