After the dissolution of the DX, Triple H was pushed as a main eventer, winning several single titles. Triple H then took part in a storyline that saw him marry Stephanie McMahon, who later became his wife in real life. In 2003 he formed another faction, known as Evolution (with Ric Flair, Batista and Randy Orton), and reformed the D-X with Shawn Michaels in 2006 and 2009.
Levesque is heavily involved in the WWE programming writing process and has complete creative control over his character of his TV storylines, record wins / defeats and titled realms. Recently interviewed by PWInsider and Mike Johnson, The Game addressed the decision to cancel TakeOver: “Well, I can tell you the Triple Threat men’s match for the North American title, I can tell you that the Gargano, Ciampa match will be something special.
I think that fans are going to find that very unique and something special, and the women’s number one contenders Ladder match, something’s special will take place there as well. And that’s just getting into the meat of it, but there’s more to come from that as well.
This whole weekend with WrestleMania and everything else is going to be spectacular. Like I said, the offsite stuff is incredible. The things that we have, hopefully we’ll still be able to put surprises and twists and turns in there that nobody sees coming.
And hopefully again, be able to entertain people to the best of the ability in really what are very trying times. My hats off right now to everybody that’s continuing to try to do that, really. You’ve heard performers talk about their performance and [they go] bigger in this direction because of that reaction.
You don’t have that reaction. So you’re trying to pull your best feelings out, for what those reactions would be and your timing of things. You have nothing to play off of. It’s difficult, but I think talent has done a phenomenal job. I think this is where they’ve all stepped up together as a team, they’ve helped each other out”.