Update On Improvement Of WWE Backstage Culture Under Triple H Regime

Update On Improvement Of WWE Backstage Culture Under Triple H Regime WWE

An update has been provided on the improvement of the WWE backstage culture under the new regime.

In July, Vince McMahon announced his decision to retire from WWE. A few days later, Stephanie McMahon and Nick Khan were named co-CEOs, while Triple H assumed all creative duties for the main roster.

The television product has seen improvement since then, while the company has also delivered strong quarterly numbers as well.

Per Fightful Select (subscription required), WWE’s backstage morale has improved significantly in a post-Vince McMahon world.

Members of the locker room have said that the culture has changed with some saying going to work was much more fun and easy going compared to the previous regime.

One source noted that there isn’t a perpetual fear of getting fired for things you can’t control.

Another indicated that there are still some stars that aren’t being used properly, but it is a vast improvement over where things were in the summer.

The creative input and ability to improvise more was also touted by the sources.

The report also notes the contrast in the culture in comparison to the 2022 Royal Rumble. Numerous talent called that night as a near all-time low for them in WWE, from a creative standpoint and booking perspective to losing faith in Vince McMahon as a leader.

One source said that their faith in McMahon “eroded” from that show.

Compared to the last several months, there is still optimism in Triple H’s booking and creative, despite some hiccups.

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2 years ago by SP3



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