Last night we reported that according to John Pollock of PostWrestling.com, Triple H spoke at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida yesterday. Pollock tweeted the following about what was said: "According to several sources, Paul Levesque was in Orlando today and spoke at the Performance Center.
Of the people I spoke to, they said Levesque stated that 'He's back,' we don't know what it entails, but this was the formulation that was given to me." But the well-known Dave Meltzer also returned to the subject in the latest Wrestling Observer Radio and said that even if it is not clear if the legend is in action to manage the NXT show, it seems that there has been a change in the dynamics of how things are handled: Triple H has more power than before.
Here are his words about it: "He was right there. He said he was back. He didn't say what exactly that meant. I asked some people there, and they told me he just said things are happening, and he can't talk about it now, but it's back.
So that's basically it. Whatever it is will come out in the days to come, but no one knew exactly what he meant by that. Was he back running NXT? Perhaps. Is he back with more power? Yes. It seems that he now has more power."
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According to PW Torch reporter Wade Keller, Stephanie McMahon may soon have two very valuable backstage aids to carry on her job as the company's interim CEO. In fact, the two chosen would be Paul Heyman and her husband Triple H, who returned at the right time, as soon as his wife took the place of his father Vince McMahon.
As always, if you want to stay updated on the situation, you just have to follow our site and also our Instagram page, which is always updated every day. Waller, one of NXT's top heels, took to Twitter to speak about it.
He has often spoken highly of himself, doing so again with his interpretation of The Game's statement. He said that the King of Kings was back to "see the greatest first-generation talent in history." Here is what he wrote: "Surreal seeing Triple H at the PC today.
Still in shock he came in simply to say “I’m back….to see the greatest first-generation talent in history, Grayson Waller”. There were mixed reactions to what Waller said about Triple H's comeback.
There were fans who believed in the NXT star's potential while some of them absolutely hated him. Here are some of the best reactions to the post.