Through an official press release, WWE wanted to talk about Triple H's health conditions: “Paul Levesque, a.k.a. Triple H last week underwent successful surgery at Yale New Haven Hospital following a cardiac event.
The episode was caused by a genetic heart problem and Paul should recover completely." We hope that the recovery goes as it should go and that Triple H will soon be able to recover and be operational again to do what he loves most in life.
We are sure that with the love of Stephanie and their daughters everything is working out for the best and that the King of Kings will come back stronger than ever to lead NXT as only he can. The important thing now is certainly that the man rests and focuses on his health and of course, we all wish him a speedy recovery.
Triple H will always have a strong presence on WWE television
Regardless of age, The King of Kings Triple H will always have a strong presence on WWE television, and will always be seen as the main event attraction on any card he participates on in the future.
However, in recent times, the Ceribrial Assasion has opted not to get in-between the ropes. NXT has been going through a phase of total change lately, almost as if it were a teenager during puberty. A new era should theoretically begin on September 14 according to the cartoons proposed by the WWE these days.
Talking about how the brand has already changed with the passage of time, is also the former NXT champion, Finn Bálor: "The NXT brand had grown to the point of becoming a very valid alternative to Raw and SmackDown.
It was no longer just a development territory." Only a few days ago there was also a rumor that Vince McMahon and Bruce Prichard would replace Triple H and Shawn Michaels, a rumor that was strongly denied later, confirming that the duo of best friends, former DX, will still be around for quite a while time to keep things under control.
What fans expect is more than anything else a change on a visual level, with the super colorful place that we have already seen and maybe even a less dark and cleaner and clearer arena where to let their athletes fight and welcome fans than before.
or then hopefully they can come back there too without problems. "‘I make jokes from time to time. Like, hey, Mania – Hunter didn’t have a match, and that was the first time all these legends, none of them [on the show].
I was like, "I mean, did you bring your gear? Because you can have a match, I’m right here!” He started laughing and said, “You’re on a list of people that have asked me that”. I was like, I bet, I can imagine – he gets it all the time by guys being like, “Hey you wanna work? You wanna wrestle?”, said Damian Priest.