WWE has completely been redefined and revamped ever since former WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon decided to take voluntary retirement and hand over the reins of his well-established Wrestling Giant to his own daughter Stephanie McMahon and former WWE President Nick Khan assuming the roles of Co-CEOs. His son-in-law and recently promoted Chief Content Office Triple H has taken over direct control as the new Head of Creative, overseeing storylines, talent management and live shows.
The Game has given a new creative direction to the company in a short span of time with a huge improvement in TV product, backstage morale, viewership numbers, and bringing back top talent released by Vince McMahon back to the WWE like Karrion Kross, Braun Strowman, Dexter Lumis and Johnny Gargano.
WWE has officially elevated Triple H to Chief Content Officer of the company.Advertisement
As chief content officer, he will now oversee creative writing, talent relations, live events, talent development and creative services.
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Triple H’s new creative approach to expanding the WWE even further has attracted the attention of two massive AEW stars that have been on the WWE radar for a long time, Nick and Matt Jackson collectively known as The Young Bucks. The dynamic duo has been among the founding members of WWE’s rival competitor, All Elite Wrestling (AEW), and serves as EVPs and onscreen performers.
However, due to a recent real-life backstage altercation with CM Punk making the headlines and giving a huge blow to the company’s image, there is a huge possibility that the Young Bucks could jump ship to WWE once their AEW deals expire in some years.
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