In recent weeks, there has been a great absence from WWE televisions and backstage, with the COO of the company, as well as multiple world champion and WWE Hall of Famer of the federation, Triple H having to be absent entirely due to a serious heart problem.
that has gripped him in the last period. Like a bolt from the blue, in fact, a few weeks ago, WWE communicated to its fans that Stephanie McMahon's husband, as well as son-in-law of the company's owner, Vince McMahon, had undergone surgery to fix a congenital heart problem.
and that the wrestler would need a period of rest and rehabilitation before returning to the scene with the company. Initially, it seemed that WWE had given comforting news about the health of its COO, because the problem was small and easy to fix with a small operation, which apparently only served to not worry fans and insiders on the health of the award-winning WWE athlete.
In recent days, there has been a lot of talk about the WWE COO, who is still absent from all the events of the federation, a sign that his situation has not yet improved significantly. According to what reported by the last words of Dave Meltzer, to the microphones of one of the latest newsletters of the Wrestling Observer, the situation would be very serious, with the well-known journalist who in fact stated: "Triple H's heart problem is very, very, very serious."
Even on TalkSPORT's microphones, HHH's wife Stephanie McMahon wanted to cut her short, saying she would thank anyone who cared about her husband's health and that Triple H is now fine. At the moment there remains the utmost secrecy on the situation, with the only certain news being that Triple H has not yet resumed his assignments with the company, neither on-screen, nor off-screen, with his health remaining therefore still a mystery.
The Undertaker: "Difficult to have the same success in social media world"
The Undertaker was perhaps the most iconic character to ever set foot in WWE. The Deadman has managed to transcend wrestling to become a true legend in every corner of the world.
The Gravedigger has contributed more than any other to the spread of wrestling outside the US borders. Over the years, his appearances in the ring have become more and more sporadic and limited to WrestleMania. The Phenom is the absolute symbol of the Showcase of the Immortals, where his legendary 'Streak' was born.
Barring sensational and unlikely twists, Taker played his last match against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36. Within the The Last Ride docu-series, the seven-time world champion has admitted that he is no longer able to sustain the efforts required by this business.
His official retirement took place at the 2020 Survivor Series, where his extraordinary epic had begun 30 years earlier. Kevin Hart's guest in the latest edition of the 'Cold as Balls' show, Undertaker has revealed some secrets relating to his famous gimmick.
The Undertaker said: "If my character was born in the age of social media, it would have been much more difficult for me to have the same success. Nowadays, you can't go out on the street without someone taking a picture of you and posting it on various social networks.!" Taker wrote indelible pages of history at WrestleMania: "For our industry, WrestleMania is the NFL's equivalent of the Super Bowl.
You work hard all year to get ready for that appointment. Being included in the Mania card is the goal of any wrestler. You can ask whoever you want, everyone will answer that it is their biggest dream. Is it possible for me to return to the ring? It is now clear that I am no longer able to perform at the highest level. I could go into the ring and play a match, but I wouldn't be able to give people what they expect of me."