Vince Russo reveals Triple H's biggest flaw



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Vince Russo reveals Triple H's biggest flaw

Triple H is recovering from delicate heart surgery following a cardiac event that occurred about three months ago. Dave Meltzer, a well-known correspondent for the 'Wrestling Observer', said The Game's situation is serious and that it will take some time for it to fully recover.

“HHH has some health problems right now, but he's trying to recover as quickly as possible. Will we see him in the ring again in the future? I think the chances are pretty low. He will have to receive the authorization of the doctors, which will not arrive quickly.

Keep in mind that he has not yet returned to carry out his duties backstage at NXT ”- he said. During his glorious WWE career, the 14-time world champion has been able to entertain fans thanks to his unmistakable style.

The champion from Nashua won the 1997 edition of the 'King of the Ring' tournament, as well as triumphing at the Royal Rumble on two occasions (2002 and 2016). Outside of wrestling, he has appeared in the film 'Blade: Trinity' and other film and television products.

During the latest edition of 'Legion of RAW' on Sportskeeda, former WWE and WCW writer Vince Russo threw a dig at Hunter.

Vince Russo opens up on Triple H

“Triple H has been one of the symbols of WWE in the modern era, but he has never been a phenomenon in the making of promos.

His great friend Shawn Michaels was much better than him” - said Vince Russo. “When it comes to microphone skills, there have been a lot of terrific guys. Bret Hart, Ric Flair, Roddy Piper, The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin come to mind” - he added.

Russo also focused on Edge: “In this speciality, Edge is not even in the Top 20 of my list. I could easily rattle off 20 names before him. The Canadian is capable of making great promos, especially when he has the right material in his hands.

I would put him in the top 50 ever, but not in the Top 20" Speaking on Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions, Rollins recalled how NXT founder Triple H took exception to his backstage behavior at the time. “Terry is very old school in the sense that he thinks a certain way works, and part of that ideology is sort of shunning what is up and coming instead of embracing it," said Rollins.

"And I was always like, ‘Hey, the business is changing. You’ve gotta go with it. If you go against it, it’s not gonna help.’ I would just challenge him in little ways every day to the point where I was insubordinate, and Hunter [Triple H] took me aside and was like, ‘Look, I don’t see anything special in you...."