WWE is usually the source of consistent news, and the past week or so did not disappoint. Naturally, there are a lot of things that need to be covered, and Triple H did his best to address things before SmackDown.

We previously reported that WWE held a talent meeting before SmackDown. Triple H is a very busy man, because he was on hand to lead that meeting for talent prior to the blue brand’s show going live this week.

According to a report from PW Insider, Triple H explained that Vince McMahon returned to WWE to gauge a possible future sale, and who they should sell to. It was also made very clear that WWE’s creative direction is not going to change.

HHH thanked the talents for all they do and told them that Vince McMahon’s involvement since returning is to spearhead the search to see if to sell and to who they may sell the company to.


Triple H also reiterated that none of this will see any effect on the current creative team or process.   Those were the two main points to come out of the meeting we are told.

While his wife Stephanie McMahon has resigned from her roles with the company, Triple H remains in his role as Chief Content Officer and on the company’s Board of Directors.

Vince McMahon pulled a ruthless business move when he returned to WWE. He amended the company’s bylaws and made it so that no media rights could be approved unless the majority shareholder, who happens to be himself, gave his blessing. This move saw him return to the Board of Directors in rapid fashion.

Vince McMahon brought a lot of attention, and made fans and talent very nervous in the process, when he returned to WWE. It appears that, although the company could be selling, things will continue in their planned direction as the company merges onto another road to WrestleMania.

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