WWE Chief Content Officer and member of the TKO Group Holdings, Paul ‘Triple H’ Levesque has been excelling in his role at the helm of the management to produce one of the best WWE products seen in years, despite some former stars questioning his way of functioning.

Amidst his extremely busy schedule with media appearances for promotion and production for WWE’s upcoming premier show, WrestleMania 40, Triple H found some time to go sneaker shopping.

In recent video released on Instagram by Complex Sneakers, The 14-time World Champion was spotted turning into a sneakerhead, arriving at their store for a collaboration shoot and possibly getting some new sneakers for himself too.

Moreover, the video showcases Triple H describing his own experiences with the sneaker shoes, from watching multiple WWE superstars wear them in the locker room to revealing getting them as gifts and also talking about the flamboyant sneakers in general.

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“@tripleh joins @jlp on the latest episode of @sneakershopping LINK IN BIO to watch 🔗.”

As mentioned, Triple H is gearing up for the preparation of WrestleMania 40, set to go down at the Lincoln Financial Field in Philidelphia on April 6 and 7. So it will be interesting to see a different version of the show produced based on Triple H’s style that has spotted contrasting differences from the former boss, Vince McMahon. Moreover, it seems that we could spot The Game donning a pair of sneakers during work hours for the Biggest WrestleMania of all time.

What are your thoughts on Triple H featured in a collaboration video with Complex Sneakers? Sound off in the comments!

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