WWE creative has gone through a big change since the TKO merger, with Triple H taking the reins over the company’s creative direction. Vince McMahon is no longer making remote changes, and it appears that talent have noticed a difference.

WWE is not changing Roman Reigns’ creative direction through WrestleMania 40, even with this shift in WWE’s creative leadership. Although the Head of the Table is safe, the fact is that a lot of other things have changed.

Sean Sapp noted behind Fightful’s paywall that WWE talent have said that “things have been much more straightforward” with creative, and it’s better than it’s been for a while, more like the latter portion of 2022.

Talent that we spoke to since our article about WWE creative was published say that things have been much more straightforward since the TKO merger, and are more like they were in the last half of 2022 as opposed to the first nine months of 2023.


Triple H was “knighted” by Endeavor, and that means Vince McMahon is out of the mix. Mr. McMahon is still doing his thing, and he has the freedom to do things like go to Saudi Arabia with The Undertaker for fight to put over the UFC.

In the meantime, WWE is doing their thing under Triple H’s creative vision. Things seem to be going quite well for them at the moment, as the company maintains a booming period in WWE history.

What’s your take on WWE creative’s change since Vince McMahon stepped aside for Triple H to take over? Let us know what you think in the comments section!

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