Triple H doesn't want athletes with a controversial past

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Triple H doesn't want athletes with a controversial past
Triple H doesn't want athletes with a controversial past

Vince McMahon made WWE as we know it today with a 40-year job and served as Federation Chairman for several decades. A few months ago, Vince announced his resounding retirement leaving everyone speechless. To affect his decision - in addition to his age - were also the heavy accusations against him in recent times, with the extramarital scandals that were the final blow.

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 affairs. It is no coincidence that his right-hand man John Laurinaitis was also removed from the company as an accomplice of the Chairman.

Vince's job was taken by his daughter Stephanie and Nick Khan as corporate CEO, while Triple H became the new head of the creative team. The former WWE world champion has favored the return in the company of several Superstars who had been released by his father-in-law, as well as having already given his creative touch to the shows, starting from the main roster and up to NXT.

Triple H has clear ideas

In recent months, Triple H has made it clear how WWE has reopened its doors a bit to everyone, with several athletes who in the past (especially in the last two years), who had even been fired by their father-in-law and who are now in part already returned.

After seeing the return of Bray Wyatt, that of Braun Strowman, or the various Dakota Kai, Dexter Lumis and many others, it seems that Triple H still wants to hire different personnel, both among those who have already moved their steps in WWE, and among new levers that can be inserted slowly into the NXT plans.

According to what was reported in the last few hours by the well-known Ringside News, however, it would seem that there is now a rule on which the Triple does not compromise and on which it does not pass over. All the athletes who will be hired from now on by the WWE, in fact, must have an immaculate past and therefore no kind of controversy that could embarrass or embarrass the company.

As reported by some internal sources of the company, in fact, the words of HHH would have been: "If you are truly talented and don't have even a little controversy that could hurt the company, then you are on the radar of the new regime." Anyone who has had problems in their past or had disputes even when they were in WWE, such as Velveteen Dream, will not be reconsidered by the COO, who will therefore not want to sign them.

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