Triple H: "There are plans for a World Cup in WWE"
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Although it has been several weeks since the announcement of Vince Mcmahon's retirement from WWE, things have not yet calmed down. The now former Chairman of the company has decided to step aside, after being overwhelmed by a series of heavy accusations and scandals against him, due to extramarital affairs.
John Laurinaitis, one of his closest associates and former WWE talent relations manager for years, was also ousted from the company overnight. Vince's place was taken by his daughter Stephanie and Nick Khan as corporate CEOs, while son-in-law Triple H was put in charge of the creative team.
The 14-time world champion, who retired from wrestling wrestling shortly before Wrestlemania 38, has already given his personal creative touch to the shows. The Game has brought some NXT talent to the main roster and has favored the return to WWE of several superstars that were released a few months ago, such as Dakota Kai, Karrion Kross and Scarlett or Dexter Lumis, all seen during the company's latest weekly episodes.
Triple H speaks for the first time about the World Cup in WWE
In his last interview released to the microphones of the Clash at the Castle press conference, the last ppv broadcast yesterday from Cardiff, the WWE Triple wanted to talk about the future and NXT Europe (the former NXT UK), with world projects for the future of the federation which would be quite big.
Regarding the "World Cup", HHH has in fact stated: "So I think you will see it at NXT Europe, as I have said other times in the past few days in several interviews, I think there are long-term goals from that point of view in those markets, as far as the whole world is concerned with that as well.
produced and that eventually could compete with each other. A scenario at the World Cup, which then could even end up in Raw or Smackdown or Wrestlemania."