A new report has suggested that Triple H will look to lay down a marker at SumemrSlam now that he has assumed full creative control.
The July 25th episode of Monday Night Raw from Madison Square Garden marked the dawn of a new era within WWE. The show was the first-ever edition of the red brand to be held without Vince McMahon being head of creative.
The show has been mostly well-received by fans, although there weren’t any significant changes as McMahon’s replacement, Triple H, was only installed in his position that day.
However, with SummerSlam just around the corner, a new report from Wrestle Votes, has claimed that The Game is looking to make a “creative splash” at the event. The report does come with the caveat that changes will only be made if they are perceived to make sense.
With SummerSlam being his real first show in total control, source says Triple H would like to make a creative splash at the event, HOWEVER- only if it’s makes sense. Won’t just do something to do it.
How about that change of pace, already.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) July 26, 2022
Ahead of Raw it was reported that Triple H held a meeting with talent where he broke down the changes he plans to make. The report stated that the former World Champion explained that he is aiming for greater transparency, and that he was an open line of communication between himself and performers.
In closing, he added that he wants work to be fun.
On July 22nd, Vince McMahon retired from his duties as both CEO and head of WWE creative amidst an investigation into allegations of misconduct. A federal investigation reportedly hastened the decision for him to step away.