Triple H To Run WWE In A New Way Following Vince McMahon Exit

More pro wrestling in WWE?

Big changes have already taken place within WWE since Vince McMahon's retirement and released talent in Dakota Kai, Karrion Kross, and Scarlett have all returned to the company, while Superstars like Ciampa and IYO SKY have been put in featured spots. 

Talent have also been allowed greater freedom on promos and 'wrestling' and 'wrestler' are no longer considered dirty words in the company. 

The changes look set to continue if Jerry Jarrett is to be believed and the legendary professional wrestling promoter revealed at The Gathering in Charlotte, North Carolina that Triple H told WWE's crew that they are going to try running the organisation in a "new way." 

"They didn't tell me not to tell anybody. So I'll tell you, Hunter called, this week, the Raw crew and the Smackdown crew and said, 'My father-in-law and Stephanie's father...We admire him and we respect him. He reached success that we would never know without him, but we don't know how to do it his way, and we're not going to try. We're going to try a new way.'... and I think the new way is to put wrestling instead of sports entertainment. I mean, that's pure speculation on my part," Jarrett said. 

This follows an earlier report from ESPN that noted the new leadership team of Triple H, Stephanie McMahon, and Nick Khan planned to look at each part of WWE with a "fresh set of eyes." 

What further changes the new team will implement has yet to be revealed but more former WWE talents could be set to make their way back to the company. Read more about it here.

H/T to PWInsider

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