Triple H wants to restore luster to a WWE title

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Triple H wants to restore luster to a WWE title

Vince McMahon was WWE's absolute boss for several decades before announcing his retirement last July. To affect his decision - in addition to his age - were also and above all the heavy accusations that have come down on him in recent times.

In fact, an investigation by the Wall Street Journal revealed that Vince would have paid more women with whom he had had extramarital affairs over the years and that he had paid for their silence with money taken from the WWE coffers.

His right-hand man John Laurinaitis - former head of talent relations - has also been dismissed from the Stamford company for knowing the facts and assisting the Chairman in his personal affairs. Vince's job was taken by his daughter Stephanie and Nick Khan as the company's CEO, while Triple H became the new head of the creative team.

The 14-time world champion, who retired from wrestling wrestling shortly before WrestleMania 38, transferred some of NXT's talent to the main roster and favored the return to the company of several stars who had been released.

Triple H has great plans

According to what was reported in the last hours by the journalists of the well-known site Fightful, the new head of the WWE creative team would have bet a Monday Night Raw belt as a new possible future scenario for the main event.

In detail, as reported by the journalists of the well-known site, it would seem that Triple H would like to bring the US title currently in the hands of Bobby Lashley, to be one of the most coveted awards of the WWE, with only the Roman Reigns world titles that would be the prizes major companies.

The new challenge of Lashley, or the attack by Seth Rollins, should in fact open the dances to the new challenges for the secondary title of the red show, with Triple H who has been struggling for weeks already to produce angles and matches to raise the importance of the belt dedicated to the United States.

The words used by HHH himself in some meetings with the rest of the management and the creative team, would have been to make "a credible award" again, the title of the United States. It has been reported that the head of WWE creative Triple H does not have any immediate plans for Veer Mahaan.

"Would I have booked that on Nitro in 1999? I mean, come on, Chris. Come on. This is what Triple H is talking about when he's saying I wish it was a 2-hour show because that's the only difference. You would take matches like this out.

It would be the same show, but you would take matches like this off the show. That's the only difference."