Triple H reveals an important lesson he has learned

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Triple H reveals an important lesson he has learned

Vince McMahon made WWE as we know it today and served as chairman of the federation for several decades. A couple of months ago, Vince announced his resounding retirement leaving everyone speechless. To affect his decision - in addition to his age - were also the heavy accusations that have come down on him in recent times.

The now former boss of the company was in fact accused of having 'paid out' millions of dollars to silence several women with whom he had had extramarital affairs. It is no coincidence that his right-hand man John Laurinaitis was also removed from the company.

Vince's place was taken by his daughter Stephanie and Nick Khan, while Triple H became the new head of the creative team. The 14-time world champion has favored the return to WWE of several stars who had been released, as well as having already given his creative touch to the shows.

Interviewed by Sporting News a few days ago, The Game revealed an important lesson it learned from Vince.

Triple H on Vince McMahon

“I owe my luck to many people, but I would never have made it here if it weren't for Vince McMahon,” Triple H began.

“None of this would have happened without his help. WWE has become a world famous company thanks to its commitment, dedication and brilliant mind. Things change and he taught me an important lesson. When a change occurs, you must not be the first nor the last to experience it.

It is better to let other people test the waters first, so they see how the situation is and let others know if it is better to set foot in the water" - continued HHH. Booker T likes the new course Hunter T has started: “I have to congratulate him.

Triple H and Stephanie didn't hesitate to take control of operations and make a number of changes. Their vision is very different from Vince's”. Triple H recently revealed that he had a long conversation with Boxing Heavyweight Tyson Fury about the latter's WWE career at Clash at the Castle.

“We were just together in Cardiff. We had a long talk about it. He’s as enamored as ever in wanting to do this with us. Selfishly, I want him to come work with us. Also, selfishly, I want to see those fights. I hope he knocks those out, and I hope he stays interested because I do think with the dedication and the drive he has that he could do something special with us as well,” said Triple H.