Paul Levesque, a.k.a. Triple H, the new WWE executive vice president of talent relations, has welcomed 14 new employees to the company.
The 53-year-old, who gave up competing in matches earlier this year, has taken on new responsibilities after his father-in-law Vince McMahon retired, and he is currently the head of creative at WWE.
Major changes have already started to be made by Triple H, who is promoting people like Ciampa, Iyo Sky, and Shayna Baszler while bringing back talent that had been released, such Karrion Kross, Dakota Kai, and Dexter Lumis.
With the 14-time World Champion in charge, several more returns are anticipated.
Following a tryout in Nashville, Tennessee over the SummerSlam weekend, he recently signed 14 new prospects. Although he is still a free agent, NBA centre Dwight Howard was among those who tried out, but it is improbable that he will be one of the 14 chosen.
"14 young men and women are about to embark on an extremely exciting trip, he wrote in a quote tweet alongside a video of himself and the trainees. "It was my joy to present them with a chance, and I'm eager to watch them all take it. Hello and welcome. Your moment has come!"
As WWE transitions into the post-McMahon era, many fans are happy with the way the company is going. Even AEW CEO Tony Khan seemed to believe that HHH is enhancing their product.