WWE was turned upside down when Vince McMahon was forced to step down from his position of Chairman after a slew of allegations were meted out against him. Triple H would then take over the Creative aspect of WWE. While McMahon is now back in the fold, Triple H remains the Creative head. In fact, Bischoff believes The Game has managed huge dividends after taking over WWE Creative.

Many people were eagerly awaiting to see the results of his leadership and clearly, it has turned out to be a hugely beneficial deal for WWE. This is because Triple H has brought about changes that fans love.

While speaking on his 83 Weeks podcast, WWE Hall Of Famer Eric Bischoff shared his perspective on Triple H taking on the role of Chief Content Officer, including what he gleaned from Triple H’s remarks during a post-Elimination Chamber press conference.

Bischoff has expressed his belief that the decision to entrust creative direction to Triple H has proven to be a wise one, with positive outcomes for the WWE, adding that Triple H has managed huge dividends after taking over WWE Creative.


“If anything came through in that press conference from Triple H, at least, one word to define it and that would be passion. If anybody’s got any doubt about how and why WWE has turned things around so quickly over the last six or nine months, creatively speaking, I would say Paul Levesque and team … are probably now being able to do what they’re capable of doing without the kind of duress of tearing up scripts the day of the show and, you know, panicking over grammar and rough drafts and things like that. It’s like, all of their focus is on the story itself and the quality of that story and it just paid huge dividends.”

With Triple H at the helm of WWE’s creative direction, significant alterations have been made to both RAW and Smackdown. Notably, the Intercontinental and United States Championships have been given greater prominence and are often the centerpiece of longer matches featured on WWE TV. These changes reflect Triple H’s focus on elevating the status of these championships and providing fans with a more engaging viewing experience.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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