New details on Triple H's future



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New details on Triple H's future

Triple H has been one of the symbols of WWE in the modern era, having contributed to the growth of the product both in and out of the ring. The 14-time world champion strongly wanted the birth of NXT, making the 'Black and Gold' brand a very valid alternative to Raw and SmackDown.

The Game has progressively moved away from the ring in recent years, limiting itself to a few sporadic appearances in cartel events. Recently, HHH underwent a delicate heart operation, from which he is still recovering. According to some rumors, the relationship between Triple H and Vince McMahon seems to have cooled in recent times.

The WWE boss preferred the collaboration of Bruce Prichard and Nick Khan to implement his company renewal project. It was even rumored that the 52-year-old from Nashua was planning to found his own wrestling company, independent of the WWE.

Dave Meltzer, a well-known correspondent for the 'Wrestling Observer', had flatly denied the news. “Triple H has serious health problems right now and he doesn't even have enough money to carry out such an operation.

It would be a bit too much for him too" - he said.

Update on Triple H

Speaking to 'PW Torch', reporter Wade Keller explained why Triple H is very unlikely to leave WWE. “I can assure you that Hunter is not going anywhere.

I would put my hand on the fire and I will also explain why. The relationship between Stephanie, Triple H and Vince McMahon does not only concern the working sphere, but also the emotional one. The Game cannot leave WWE without this negatively affecting family dynamics” - Keller analyzed.

Meanwhile, Stephanie McMahon has announced that one of her daughters has started wrestling training. “Triple H and I have three daughters, who are respectively 15, 13 and 11 years old. Our eldest daughter has already done her first training in the ring.

We will see what happens in the future." Most fans consider Triple H a complete superstar, but Vince Russo doesn't rate The Cerebral Assassin highly for his promo skills. Triple H was not on Vince Russo's list, as he felt even Shawn Michaels was better than his former D-Generation X partner.

"I don't think he is a good promo. I thought Shawn was a great promo," Russo admitted. The NXT Boss's physical condition is improving with each passing day, and it may not be long until he returns to his backstage responsibilities in WWE.