EC3 pays tribute to Triple H



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EC3 pays tribute to Triple H

Following Vince McMahon's sensational farewell, Triple H has become the new head of the creative team. The 14-time world champion, who retired from wrestling wrestling shortly before WrestleMania 38, had already shown he can do it backstage.

In fact, we owe the 'NXT miracle' to HHH, even though many insiders have done everything to belittle his work. Hunter has nurtured numerous talents and made the 'Black and Gold' brand a great alternative to the Raw and SmackDown shows.

In these first few weeks with Triple H in command, we have already seen several changes. In addition to transferring some NXT athletes to the main roster, the 'Cerebral Assassin' has favored the return to the company of many stars who had been released.

In a lengthy interview with 'NBC Sports Boston', EC3 stated that the WWE product will significantly improve under the leadership of The Game.

EC3 on Triple H

“I can assure you that Triple H is a true leader. Few people know this business better than he does and he now has enough experience to run WWE.

He has always been very open to dialogue, who loves to deal with talents and who has personally contributed to the rise of NXT. I respect him very much and I think the company will grow significantly under his leadership. Already in these first weeks we have seen several improvements, the direction is the right one” - analyzed EC3.

Speaking to Sportskeeda, former WWE manager Dutch Mantell spoke about the new course initiated by HHH: “Triple H has already made a big difference. The climate in the locker room is much better than a few months ago. Vince McMahon was almost unapproachable, very few people could talk to him.

I'm just telling you that I had to wait two years before I could have a few words with Vince. If I was surprised by his farewell? Only partially. I always thought that Nick Khan's entry into the company was aimed at propitiating Vince's farewell and so it was".

If recent reports are anything to go by, Triple H will likely bring Jonah, formerly known as Bronson Reed, back to WWE more than a year after he was released. “I’ve heard one name over the last few weeks and that’s Jonah.

Great G1 [Climax], I talked to a friend over there casually in Connecticut (…) he’s a name. Bronson Reed got the s**t end of the stick with his positioning. He’s very good, he has the size, he had this awesome entrance with the background."