In recent weeks, WWE has been rocked by the decision by the now former company chairman Vince McMahon to retire from the world of wrestling and any possible role in the family business. The company is now managed by Triple H, for the creative part and by his wife Stephanie McMahon in the first place, who became the new CEO and in recent days the insiders and fans of the WWE Universe have already perceived some changes.
In the penultimate episode of Monday Night Raw, the first after SummerSlam, there were various reactions to it, some especially positive. As soon as he arrived at the helm of the WWE creative team, HHH immediately made changes to both the roster and the plans for its athletes, immediately going to put some athletes fired over time by Vince McMahon under contract.
Above all, the first recalled by HHH were Dakota Kai, Dexter Lumis, Karrion Kross and her partner Scarlett, already seen in the last weekly appointments of the federation. During the episode aired tonight of Smackdown, however, we also saw the return of Hit Row, with the three boys who are sadly orphans of their old leader Isaiah "Swerve" Scott, currently in the AEW rings as a tag team champion.
Triple H has huge plans
In the last few hours, many of the insiders have confirmed that according to them and according to their thinking, Triple H will bring back numerous athletes fired by Vince McMahon to the rings of the Stamford company, but we now have numerous online sources that support this idea.
Having already seen the numerous calls from wrestlers fired months ago, it looks like this is just the beginning of the new era that has opened in WWE. During the last few hours, the well-known site Fightful, where the well-known Sean Ross Sapp works, reported the rumor that the COO and main executive of the WWE creative team, HHH, still goes to recall numerous athletes released in the various waves of layoffs of the last years.
We just have to wait for the next weekly and monthly WWE appointments, to see who else will bring the federation to the stage, with the h*ttest names remaining those of The Fiend Bray Wyatt and Johnny Gargano, which would make the fans of the company jump from the chair, after a year of separation from the federation with an unexpected return.