Everyone likes the Triple H's 'method'
by SIMONE BRUGNOLI | VIEW 432
A new era has begun for WWE after Vince McMahon's resounding retirement. The latter has decided to step aside, complicit with the advancing age and the heavy accusations that have come down on him in recent times. His right-hand man John Laurinaitis - former head of talent relations - has also been banned from the Stamford federation.
Vince's place was taken by his daughter Stephanie and Nick Khan, while Triple H became the new head of the creative team. Since The Game has taken on this role, there is a very different air backstage. The 14-time world champion transferred some of NXT's talent to the main roster, as well as favoring the return to the company of several stars who had been released.
In an interview granted to 'Wrestling Inc.' , Ruben Banks - one of WWE's new recruits - analyzed in detail the new course initiated by HHH.
Triple H is working hard
“Since Triple H became the new head of the creative team, things have been moving in a different direction.
There have been so many interesting changes in the last two and a half months, ”explained Banks, who joined WWE through the program called NIL (Next In Line). “I had never thought of becoming a wrestler before this program was launched.
Wrestling is evolving and there will be more and more opportunities for young talents in the years to come” - added Ruben. A few days ago, former WWE and WCW writer Vince Russo launched yet another jab towards the Stamford company: "In these first months after the announcement of Vince McMahon, there has been a greater effort to increase quality.
of the product, but it is not enough. Vince was half dead and it had long been understood that he could no longer fill that role. I've been saying this for years. Whoever replaced him would have given the shows more life. Triple H is doing a decent job, but he is not the savior of the homeland." Top WWE Superstar Austin Theory recently shared his thoughts on the head of creative Triple H's decision to revert his ring name to its original form.
"There’s a bunch of things being said, but to me, I actually like Theory. I really do like it”. Theory added, “It’s one of those things at first where you’re like, ‘Ah!,’ you know. But for me, Austin is my real first name.
And Austin Theory’s what I’ve always said in promos. Even sometimes too, I’ll do podcasts and catch myself saying Austin Theory. But for me, I really feel like if somebody was to look up WWE and look up Austin — we all know that Stone Cold is probably going to pop up first."