Former WWE Superstar Rene Dupree has discussed his views on Triple H, believing that he uses his power backstage to hinder the careers of numerous WWE wrestlers.
Despite being credited with the “boom period” of NXT, Triple H has consistently been called out for reportedly burying several WWE Superstars throughout his legendary career. This week, former NXT North American Champion Swerve Strickland believed ‘The Game’ was hesitant when it came to his booking.
Now, Rene Dupree, a former WWE Superstar of five years, has spoken out about the multi-time World Champion, believing that ‘The King of Kings’ has used his backstage power as a member of the McMahon family to “f*cking” bury several current and former WWE talents.
“For years I couldn’t understand why he didn’t use a shovel. He used a sledgehammer. He should have used a shovel for how many people he f*cking buried, and he knows he did.”
Rene Dupree has experienced this first-hand. During an overseas tour, Triple H reportedly solved an issue for Dupree, who was having difficulties understanding which hotel room he had been allocated, but he did so in a humiliating manner. This allegedly led to Rene politely refusing to share an elevator ride immediately after with Hunter and Randy Orton.
Originally born in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada, Rene Dupree signed with WWE in April 2002, and would join the main roster the following April. Alongside Sylvain Grenier in La Resistance, Dupree became WWE’s youngest champion in history at 19-years-old when he captured the World Tag Team Championships at Bad Blood 2003.
Rene has since found major success in Japan after departing WWE in the summer of 2007, where he’s previously wrestled for Keiji Muto’s WRESTLE-1 promotion and currently, for Pro Wrestling NOAH.