The Undertaker dedicated himself to pleasing his audience for thirty years, with his performances frequently at the expense of his own physical health. As a result, he rose to fame as a famous figure known for his numerous achievements. His influence on the world of professional wrestling is unparalleled. Moreover, he recently gave praise to Triple H’s performance in running the company.

Triple H took over the reins from Vince McMahon as Head of Creative after he took voluntary retirement from the company. The Game stepped in and everything took a turn for the better.

The Cerebral Assassin completely revamped the entire WWE landscape with his business and creative acumen. He improved the WWE product in terms of quality, television programming, and bringing former WWE talent released earlier by the company.

Triple H’s performance in handling the global juggernaut has received massive praise from his peer who wrestled alongside him for years, like The Undertaker. The Deadman recently spoke about this subject during an interview with Ariel Helwani on BT Sport.


“He’s done great. He has always been such a creative force even when he was such a talent. He always had great ideas. It was a perfect position I think for him. I think he’s done a really, really good job, and under really difficult situations too.”

Even after Vince McMahon came back to WWE as the Executive Chairman, that has not affected Triple H’s decision-making so far. However, all that can change in the coming month, as Vince is rapidly pursuing the sale of his company to bigger corporate giants.

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