Former WWE star takes a shot at Triple H



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Former WWE star takes a shot at Triple H

These first six months of 2022 have given WWE fans several twists, for better or for worse. The farewell of Triple H was a very sad event for everyone, even if it was not a bolt from the blue. Undergoing a delicate heart surgery in September 2021, HHH went through a lengthy rehabilitation that caused him to abandon the desire to return to the ring.

In addition to being a great performer, The Game also lent a hand backstage, taking away various satisfactions. Suffice it to say that Hunter was the creator of the 'NXT miracle', making the 'Black and Gold' brand a great alternative to the Raw and SmackDown shows.

Also for political reasons, the 14-time world champion has made many enemies over the years. One of these is certainly Rene Dupree. In the latest edition of his podcast, the former tag team champion lashed out at the 'Cerebral Assassin'

Rene Dupree slams Triple H

"Triple H has often used his backstage influence to bury several superstars," confided Dupree. “I haven't met him in 16 years and I hope to never see him again. I consider it a real s *****o” - he added.

Rene performed on the main roster between 2003 and 2007, shining especially in the tag team division alongside Kenzo Suzuki and Sylvain Grenier. A little over a week ago, word got out that The Game had returned to command of NXT.

Bryan Alvarez, a well-known correspondent for the Wrestling Observer, was keen to clarify: “It cannot be ruled out that all those rumors about HHH were just noise. It was not a scheduled meeting. Hunter was in town for a birthday or something.

He stopped by the Performance Center and had a few words with the guys. He did not explain what he meant by the expression 'I'm back' He made a speech very similar to those he had already given in the past”.

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...."