WWE Star Explains Why Triple H Is A ‘Great Fit’ For WWE Creative

WWE Star Explains Why Triple H Is A ‘Great Fit’ For WWE Creative WWE

Dolph Ziggler has commented on the recent changes within WWE, noting that Triple H is a ‘great fit’ for heading up creative.

Triple H is now the Chief Content Officer of WWE. He initially took over WWE creative following Vince McMahon’s retirement in late July.

Speaking on the ‘In The Kliq’ podcast, Dolph Ziggler noted that Triple H has always offered help, noting that The Game and Shawn Michaels were helping him back when he was in the Spirit Squad.

Believing that WWE can thrive under the Triple H regime. Ziggler said:

“Triple H has been in the system from start to finish, helping young guys out in NXT, helping us out backstage, hell, even when I was in the Spirit Squad 15 years ago, he and Shawn Michaels were helping us out,” Ziggler began. “So I think it’s a great fit.

“That’s the guy to do it. It’ll be a fun way to just switch things up a little bit for us. But I mean, we’re surrounded by some of the greatest minds in the world. We’re very lucky, my — I would say, teammates, because we all kind of work together to put on this awesome show.

“There’s something special about having all this talent, all these Superstars, all these great minds behind the scenes, and when it comes together as this group effort, it can become something special. It’s the greatest thing in the freakin’ world when it goes great for us.”

Dolph Ziggler went on to note that he hasn’t noticed any drastic changes to the creative process since Triple H took over, stating that it’s still a group effort.

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