Kevin Nash talks about Triple H

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Kevin Nash talks about Triple H

Vince McMahon's resounding retirement has ushered in a new era. WWE has been reorganizing in recent weeks and fans are eager to understand how the product will change. The now-former Chairman of the company has decided to take a step back, also thanks to the heavy accusations that have come down on him in recent times.

Vince's place was taken by his daughter Stephanie and Nick Khan, while Triple H was put in charge of the creative team. The 14-time world champion, who retired from wrestling shortly before Wrestlemania 38, has already shown he can do it backstage.

The Game was the main architect of the 'NXT miracle', as well as having nurtured numerous talents along with his great friend Shawn Michaels. Hunter has already given his creative touch to the shows, transferring some NXT athletes to the main roster and favoring the return to WWE of several stars who had been released.

In the latest edition of the 'Kliq This' podcast, Kevin Nash condemned WWE's decision to dismantle everything HHH had built. Two-time WWE Hall of Famer Kevin Nash is a big fan of the new direction of the product.

Kevin Nash opens up on Triple H

"There was one thing that bothered me enormously when Vince McMahon was in charge" - began Kevin Nash.

“Whenever an NXT athlete landed on the main roster, they tried to sink him as quickly as possible. It seemed their goal was to dismantle everything Triple H had built. When The Game had to be absent due to heart surgery, they turned NXT upside down and released nearly all of his closest associates.

I didn't like that behavior at all ”- he added. Kevin then analyzed the evolution of wrestling in recent decades: “Legends of the caliber of The Rock, Hulk Hogan, Batista and John Cena have paved the way for many colleagues.

The charisma of these athletes has created the association between wrestling and cinema. Previously, wrestling was regarded as the strange-haired stepson. The Rock has shown more than any other that a professional wrestler can also be successful in cinema”. WWE's Head of Creative Triple H hyped up the fans before the 1200th episode of SmackDown this week.

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