The Undertaker comments on Triple H's new role

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by Simone Brugnoli
The Undertaker comments on Triple H's new role

WWE has officially entered a new era. After Vince McMahon's resounding retirement, Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan took over his role. Triple H was put in charge of the creative team and brought a breath of fresh air to the shows.

The 14-time world champion, who had undergone a delicate heart operation in September 2021, has decided to leave struggling wrestling to focus on his executive role. The Game has shown that it can also do it backstage, having personally contributed to the birth and rise of NXT.

Thanks to the joint work of HHH and Shawn Michaels, the 'Black and Gold' brand has in fact become a very valid alternative to the Raw and SmackDown shows. During a recent interview with ESPN, The Undertaker had nice words for the 'Cerebral Assassin'

“Triple H is a really brilliant man, I'm serious. I don't think he is given enough credit for his wit. We are talking about a performer who made wrestling history. I am convinced that it will be a great resource for young talents who want to emerge in WWE” - said The Undertaker.

The Undertaker praises Triple H

“At the same time, Hunter is a very blunt guy. He will tell you in no uncertain terms what you are doing right and what you are doing wrong. HHH will do great things, I'm sure” - Taker added.

Jimmy Hart echoed: “Triple H will be able to count on Stephanie's help and vice versa, which is not a secondary detail. Stephanie knows this business very well and has learned a lot from her father Vince. Her experience will be crucial in the coming months, as WWE will be called upon to reorganize.

As I always say, two sticks are harder to break than one. Triple H and Stephanie McMahon will do extraordinary things together. Over the course of 60-90 days, you should start to see some small but important changes. There will be nothing drastic, but the coherence that is missing at this moment will return to itself”.

Recently, former WWE Superstar Mr.Kennedy (a.k.a Ken Anderson) spoke about the planned cash-in on The Undertaker. "I got a call from Micahels Hayes and he said 'Where are you guys? I need you to come back, Vince needs to talk to you in his office'

We scuried back to the building and I was walking into his office and by the time we got back there everybody had pretty much flown out so it was an empty building."

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