'If he's gone, I'm gone': Brock Lesnar's angry response to Vince McMahon's retirement
In possibly the biggest piece of wrestling news ever, Vince McMahon announced today that he is retiring from WWE. The news sent shock waves around the wrestling world, with WWE no longer controlled by Vince for the first time since 1982. McMahon will remain a majority shareholder, but has stepped down from his roles as […]The news sent shock waves around the wrestling world, with WWE no longer controlled by Vince for the first time since 1982.
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Triple H was appointed as the Head of Creative for WWE this week, taking over from his father-in-law, Vince McMahon.
Vince retired from WWE last week, with his various roles within the company being redistributed as a result.
Stephanie McMahon was appointed as the Chairwoman of WWE. She’ll also serve as the company’s co-CEO alongside Nick Khan.
And as we’ve already covered, Triple H has become the Head of Creative, a role that many people assumed would be taken over by Bruce Prichard, Vince’s long-time right-hand man.
Many fans were excited to see what WWE shows are going to look like under Triple H, especially considering how popular his run in charge of NXT was.
WWE Live Glasgow tickets presale: How to get seats for Drew McIntyre's homecoming show
Pre-sale tickets go on sale today for fans wanting to see WWE superstar Drew McIntyre return to Glasgow for a WWE Live show at the OVO Hydro on October 30. Here's everything you need to know.With September bringing WWE's first UK stadium show in 30 years, Clash at the Castle, and long-time lobbyist for the British return McIntyre pencilled in for a clash of his own with current champion Roman Reigns on the card, the October 30 event at the OVO Hydro could potentially see the Scottish superstar returning home with a championship belt.
Triple H has done nothing to temper expectations either, as he’d made a rather bold claim about the future of WWE TV.
Speaking to the media in Nashville ahead of SummerSlam tonight, Triple H said that his hope is that Raw and SmackDown are going to be the best they’ve ever been under him.
You can watch Triple H’s interview with the media below, where he spoke about a variety of topics, including the possibility of Paul Heyman becoming involved with the creative team.
While it’s only early days, fans are already pinpointing little changes that they believe Triple H has made to the WWE product over the last couple of days.
Bayley returns at WWE SummerSlam alongside Dakota Kai & Io Shirai
Bayley made her return tonight at SummerSlam, making his first appearance on WWE TV since July 2021. Bayley was taken off WWE TV 12 months ago, being forced to undergo surgery after tearing her ACL. She made her way back to WWE tonight, confronting Bianca Belair after ‘The EST’ retained her Raw Women’s Championship over […]Bayley was taken off WWE TV 12 months ago, being forced to undergo surgery after tearing her ACL.
However, big changes won’t have happened just yet, but rumours have indicated that the former WWE Champion is planning something big for SummerSlam tonight.
With it being his first proper show in charge of WWE programming, reports state that Triple H wants to make a “big creative splash” at the show, which has the potential to be really quite exciting.
There’s no word on what ‘The Game’ is planning, and the report, which you can see above, does note that he won’t make a rash decision for the sake of it, but the report came as exciting news for fans online.
GiveMeSport will have live coverage of tonight’s WWE SummerSlam show, so make sure you stay tuned later on tonight for any big news that may come out of the show in Nashville.
You can watch WWE SummerSlam, featuring Roman Reigns v Brock Lesnar, live tonight in the US on Peacock and in all other international markets including the UK on the WWE Network.
The Undertaker's Mount Rushmore of WWE doesn't include Ric Flair or Hulk Hogan .
The Undertaker has been a truly iconic figure of WWE for years. One of the greatest to ever do it, many may wonder who would feature in The Deadman’s list of all-time greats. Appearing on Kevin Hart’s YouTube show Cold as Balls at the backend of last year, The Undertaker stated that Andre the Giant, […]One of the greatest to ever do it, many may wonder who would feature in The Deadman’s list of all-time greats.