Wrestling Revealed

Vince McMahon

Finn Balor meets Vince McMahon

In a sign that Vince McMahon is stepping a bit away from his job as the CEO of WWE, Finn Balor revealed that he finally got a chance to meet the boss at the NXT live event that took place during Wrestlemania weekend. In the past, McMahon personally meets with every wrestler that he signs to a contract. This means that Triple H was the one that did the meeting and the negotiations. The changing of the guard is definitely happening.
May 20, 2015
Triple H

WWE forgotten stable members

A video on YouTube where WWE lists five stable members that you might not have forgotten, including Hornswoggle being in a stable with Triple H.
May 20, 2015
Triple H

HHH on Samoa Joe

In another sign that Samoa Joe might not be headed to WWE after all, Triple H was asked about the situation during an interview. He wisely downplayed the recent visit that Joe paid to the performance center. HHH claims that his chat with Joe only lasted about five minutes and that the two were basically just exchanging pleasantries. He also stated that NXT is more of an environment for a younger performer as opposed to a veteran.
May 19, 2015
Elijah Burke

Elijah Burke return to TNA

Earlier in the year, Elijah Burke revealed that he had been in communication with Triple H in regards to a WWE return. However, it now appears that he will be returning to TNA instead. Burke is slated to make an appearance during an episode of Impact Wrestling later on this month. It is being said that he will be doing commentary with Josh Mathews. NO word yet on whether or not that will be his full time role, but do not rule out an in ring return.
May 10, 2015
JTG

JTG bashes Triple H

During a recent interview, JTG took a jab at Triple H by stating that WWE would be a whole lot better if he were capable of putting his ego aside. He brought up Zack Ryder as an example. The former Cryme Tyme member stated that HHH was never a fan of Ryder, even though he did everything possible to put himself over. Ryder was someone that the company definitely could have capitalized on because he had a large following.
May 10, 2015
Hulk Hogan

Tough Enough cast

It appears that WWE has called in some heavy hitters to make up for the loss of Steve Austin on the next season of Tough Enough. Chris Jericho has finally been announced as the host. He will be joined by a panel consisting of Hulk Hogan, Daniel Bryan and Paige. Not only that, the trainers are going to be Booker T, Billy Gunn and Lita. There will be guest appearances made on the show by Vince McMahon, Triple H, Stephanie McMahon and John Cena.
May 7, 2015
Michelle Beadle

Michelle Beadle being bashed

Earlier in the week, Michelle Beadle took a stand against domestic abuse. She posted on social media that she would no longer be a fan of WWE because she feels that Triple H is overly loyal to Floyd Mayweather, who has spent time in jail for those crimes. Well, that move has brought a good amount of headaches to the ESPN host. A lot of people ended up bashing her for the move. It got to the point where she wrote a long letter to explain.
May 5, 2015
Dusty Rhodes

HHH fan of Xavier Woods

ESPN is doing a documentary on WWE, and something interesting was revealed. Xavier Woods has a big fan in management backing him up. Triple H is said to be the guy that made sure that Woods was kept in the company. Dusty Rhodes went up to HHH and said that it was time to either use Woods or allow him to leave the company. HHH immediately stated that he would much prefer to have Woods around.
May 5, 2015
Triple H

Michelle Beadle drops WWE

For the longest time, Michelle Beadle was one of the more famous WWE fans in the mainstream media. She would frequently visit the live events and hang out backstage. That has come to an end, and she is blaming Triple H for it. Michelle stated that she could no longer support a company that publicly and firmly supports Floyd Mayweather, whom she labeled as a serial domestic abuser. The boxer actually had her banned from the big fight.
May 3, 2015
Triple H

Finn Balor in management

Even though he still has several years remaining as an in ring performer, Finn Balor is already looking ahead to life after the ring. He revealed that he would love to work in the front office for WWE after he retires as an active wrestler. Balor even mentioned that it would be nice to become the right hand man for Triple H, who might be in charge of the entire company a decade from now. Vince McMahon isn't leaving anytime soon, though.
May 1, 2015