With Vince McMahon retiring from WWE and Triple H now in control of talent relations and creative, many people have wondered what the future holds for certain Vince McMahon edicts in the company.
We have already seen numerous bans lifted, such as the word hospital being mentioned multiple times on Raw and SmackDown recently, and Drew McIntyre’s ‘wrestlers in a wrestling ring’ tirade from this past Monday.
Another ban that was put in place was that which prevented WWE stars from using third party platforms, such as Cameo and Twitch, which led to Zelina Vega being released back in 2020 and ultimately one factor that led to Adam Cole’s WWE departure.
After making her return to the company at SummerSlam, Dakota Kai took to her personal Twitter account to reveal that she would still be streaming, which seemed to imply the ban had at least been softened.
However, Drew Gulak took to Twitter yesterday to seemingly outright confirm that the ban had been lifted, and that it was Triple H’s doing.
Yes, I am streaming on Twitch again. Thank you, Papa H! Also my cousin is here with me still and he insisted… please come ask him questions
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