Triple H's health is worrying



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Triple H's health is worrying

In recent weeks, within the WWE there have been some very important generational changes, with the cyclone of scandals involving the now former Chairman Vince McMahon, which has changed numerous seats in the round table of the management of the number one company in the world of pro-wrestling.

After the departure of Johnny Ace, aka John Laurinaitis, dismissed as director of talent relations, Chairman Vince also retired at the age of 77 from the position of CEO, leaving only his shares in the family company. and giving way to daughter Stephanie and WWE co-chair Nick Khan.

Instead, Vince's son-in-law, Triple H, took over the whole creative part of the company, replacing Bruce Prichard just a few days ago, who was also assigned to the creative team of NXT a few months ago replacing HHH, who had had to leave for a serious heart problem.

Apparently, as confirmed in the last few hours by Dave Meltzer in the daily Wrestling Observer Newsletter, there would be a growing concern for Triple H's physical condition within WWE, especially now that he has acquired these new skills backstage, with his heart disease that could be severely tested by the new load of stress that this job could bring.

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In his speech, Meltzer in fact stated: "There are obviously some issues regarding Levesque, which are far from being declared closed, especially for the serious heart health problems. While hospitalized, he had already been told that he would have to return to a normal life, but now he will have to direct both the talent relations and the creative side, managing five hours of weekly shows and even more and eight or more hours when there are the PPVs, it is far from being called normal life.

It's something that will bring incredible stress, not to mention all the trips he'll have to start over for the multiple shows throughout the week." Triple H spoke with Ariel Helwani of BT Sport during a media scrum earlier today to promote WWE SummerSlam.

He was asked about how he was feeling and gave a positive update. "I feel great. A glitch in the road, luckily for me it was caught, right? It took a little bit to get past it, to get over it, but I'm past it and over it.

I've got a clean bill of health. I'm 100%. I'm very aware of all of it, I'm very aware of really what is important in your life"