Triple H continues to reduce superstars appearances outside of WWE



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Triple H continues to reduce superstars appearances outside of WWE

Triple H gained a lot of power following Vince McMahon's sensational farewell, having become the new head of the creative team. The 14-time world champion proved to have a very different philosophy from that of his illustrious predecessor and did not hesitate to make substantial changes.

The Game immediately gave its creative touch to the shows and brought back to the company several stars who had been released in the previous two years. HHH has convinced the likes of Bray Wyatt, Braun Strowman, Johnny Gargano, Mia Yim, Candice LeRae and Dexter Lumis to return to WWE, not forgetting JBL's welcome return to Raw.

There is a new air in the backstage and fans seem to have liked this twist. The latest pay-per-views have recorded excellent ratings and the company's goal is to do even better in 2023.

Triple H is strict

According to reports from 'Fightful Select', WWE withdrew the superstars who were due to participate in 'WrestleCade' during the Survivor Series weekend.

We are talking about Johnny Gargano, Karrion Kross and Scarlett. This shows that not everything has changed within the company. Chelsea Green will instead be present, who according to many could return to WWE soon. A few days ago, Baron Corbin talked about the new course initiated by Triple H: “When I joined NXT, The Game took me under its wing and helped me tremendously in developing my character.

HHH gave me a number of very valuable tips that I still carry around today. I am really happy that he has taken on this new role. There is great excitement in the backstage and we can't wait to find out what will happen in the coming months." Bayley echoed: “I feel like I'm back in the days of NXT, albeit on a larger scale.

Hunter has a great relationship with athletes and takes the time to talk to everyone. He wants everyone to feel at ease and he is succeeding perfectly”. Triple H experienced some of the greatest moments of his career as the leader of Evolution.

"We heard that the Team Angle thing was getting so h*t on SmackDown. You've got to remember what was really h*t on the other show, Evolution. So, we heard that maybe it was getting too close to what was going on over there. Maybe it was competition; that's what we heard because they didn't split Evolution; they split us.

That's the powers that be; I couldn't that answer that question if I tried. That's what I was told, or maybe it was coming from Kurt thinking that maybe, that Hunter at the time was thinking that we're too much competition for them instead of raising the bar to see who is better, we can just dismantle one team," Haas continued.