His official return to WWE management was announced in a press release last Friday, and his father-in-law Vince McMahon resigned as a result.
We discovered Triple H would succeed Vince as the leader of WWE Creative two days later.
He recently made time to answer inquiries from the media in Music City.
These were his initial statements in the media on his new position.
Fans are interested in how The Game’s leadership will change the WWE product.
“We frequently mention that our television programming is the longest-running.
There are enormous shoes to fill, and I’m attempting in some way to fill them, but I don’t for a second think that I can accomplish it on my own.
To fill those shoes and carry on with this, will require a lot of us, a team, and everyone present. Nevertheless, we will.”
The goal is to build on the legacy of what has been done, what made me fall in love with the company he founded and to move it beyond where it is right now.
There is no way we can do it without a team.
We have the most talented, diligent workforce in the entire world.
With this squad, I have no doubts that we can succeed.
We’re all going to have to work very hard since it’s a lot of work.
When asked if Paul Heyman was a member of the team, Levesque concentrated on the choice to invite him to the talent auditions.
Heyman was referred to as a member of “the talent,” but he made no mention of a prospective managerial position for him: “I want suggestions from everyone.
In his new position, he’s more motivated than ever: They will never have seen something like this before, therefore I will do everything in my power to make it better