Triple H Discusses His Big Five-Year Plan As We Enter The Triple H Era Of WWE

Triple H sheds some light on where he sees himself in 5 years.
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Triple H talks about his plans for the next five years of WWE. We are entering a new era of WWE and Triple H will be the person in charge of the new era. This weekend at WrestleMania marked the first day of the new era.

During an interview with Megan Morant of WWE, Triple H was asked where he sees WWE five years from now. He wants new and exciting changes in WWE and it starts with working together to elevate wrestling into something more.

“I want to reinvent all this…not reinvent it, because there’s nothing wrong with it. It’s not broken, it’s not damaged; it’s the greatest form of entertainment in the world, right? But how do we all together take what we love so much and turn it into something even more? Going into WrestleMania, next year, I think it’s going to feel like a whole new place. And that’s less than a year from now. So five years from now, I expect it to be the same heart and soul, but just with a whole new bunch of s**t that’s just blowing everybody’s mind.”

Via Wrestling Inc.

Vince Built The Foundation And Now Triple H Will Expand On It

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Since 1982 Vince McMahon has been the guy running the show at WWF/WWE. In that time he brought pro wrestling to what it is today. However, in that time McMahon’s WWE has shown its age at times because wrestling has evolved. McMahon hasn’t always been willing to evolve with it.

In recent years McMahon’s son-in-law, Triple H, has taken more and more control of WWE’s direction. McMahon was reluctant to fully give up control of WWE, but in light of allegations against him, he has sold some of his shares and has fully given up all control of WWE.

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The Triple H Era Of WWE

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As we enter the first year of Triple H’s WWE we saw a shocking win at WrestleMania. The longest reigning champion of the modern era, Roman Reigns, lost to Cody Rhodes. Triple H even said that Rhodes would be the man to usher in the new era and has been the face of Triple H’s WWE since his return and McMahon’s reluctant exit from WWE.

With McMahon’s exit the backstage environment has changed and will continue to change. The relationship with WWE employees and Triple H will be different. There will no longer be people getting buried because the boss is mad at them.

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The two biggest examples of this is Rhodes and CM Punk. Rhodes left WWE to help start their only real US rival and came back to beat the WWE champion. Punk left on very bad terms with WWE and specifically Triple H to be placed in a very high spot upon his return. He would have probably wrestled Seth Rollins for his World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania if Punk didn’t get injured. Neither of those sounds like WWE burying them which McMahon may have.

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The style of WWE has already been changing for a while now. The camera angles and the way segments are shot has been changing over the last few months. At WrestleMania, we saw several long uncut shots. One example was when Sami Zayn hugged Kevin Owens, went through Gorilla, and then finally made his entrance to the stage in one shot.

Sami Zayn recently brought up another example of the Triple H era. Zayn explained how Superstars are given more room to think outside of the box. One example of this is this very sit-down interview. McMahon would not have been interviewed like this if he was in still charge of WWE.

Triple H ended the interview by leaving a message for WWE fans. He wants the fans to be open with their thoughts and feelings.

“Keep doing what you do. Tell us what you like, tell us what you don’t. We’re listening. For whatever period of time you tune in, whether it’s an hour, it’s two hours, it’s three hours, that you can just forget about life, forget about everything else going on, and live in this fantasy world of WWE, and enjoy every aspect of it. Cause I know I do.”

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It is an exciting time to be a wrestling fan. The limitations of the past are no longer there. The “forbidden door” is open, RAW will be on Netflix and Triple H has an open mind to the wrestling business. The sky is the limit as to where WWE will be in five years.

Are you excited to see what the next five years will bring to WWE? What do you think will be the biggest change in WWE in five years? Who do you think will be the WWE Champion? Do you think AEW will still be around? Let us know on social media what you think is the most important thing Triple H needs to change in WWE immediately.

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Sources: Wrestling Inc., WWE


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