Braun Strowman pays tribute to Triple H

by   |  VIEW 1195

Braun Strowman pays tribute to Triple H

In his first months as head of the creative team, Triple H has shown that he has a very different philosophy from that of his predecessor Vince McMahon. The 14-time world champion did not hesitate to make a number of substantial changes to the WWE product, as well as bringing several stars back to the company who had been released during the pandemic.

Thanks to his mediation work, athletes of the caliber of Bray Wyatt, Johnny Gargano, Braun Strowman and Karrion Kross have returned to Stamford, without forgetting the very welcome return of JBL to Monday Night Raw. According to insiders, The Game has huge surprises in mind for next year.

In fact, it is rumored that WWE has already contacted John Cena, The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin to convince them to return to WrestleMania 39. The next edition of the 'Showcase of the Immortals' will in fact take place a stone's throw from Hollywood.

Braun Strowman praises Triple H

During a recent interview with the 'Toronto Sun', Braun Strowman expressed his sincere opinion on the new course initiated by Triple H: "I think it's fantastic. Our business is constantly evolving and I can't wait to find out what awaits me in the coming months.

At the same time, I have to admit that I had a lot of fun when Vince McMahon was in charge. WWE would never have become the company it is today without his brilliant intuition. I have a great relationship with Stephanie and Triple H, they are two exceptional people, as well as having a huge passion for wrestling." On his podcast, former WWE manager Jim Cornette spoke at length about Strowman: “Braun needs to be managed like Andre the Giant.

People should see him in the ring every 6-8 weeks, you have to be very careful with a giant like him. His appearances should be sipped and valued. WWE is looking for a new balance after the upheavals of recent months. There have been several big comebacks and fans have appreciated the efforts of management.

However, Hunter must be careful not to turn a wrestling program into a game show." Wrestling legend Dutch Mantell recently disclosed that he believes Triple H and Stephanie McMahon might have played a role in Vince McMahon's controversial exit from WWE.

"Nick Khan. I think that's why he was sent there. [...] They can't prove it. I think he was sent there because they were expecting, this is what you use in world politics, a regime change. That's what he was actually sent in there and they started to cut all this talent and cutting the talent.

[...] Nick Khan did it. He and his people did it. [...] [Who is they?] The board," Mantell said.