WWE legend Triple H is back for the first time since a near-fatal heart attack


Legendary WWE wrestler Triple H appears to be back at the helm of the NXT brand and the company’s Performance Center – just months after having to take a step back due to a near-fatal heart attack.

According to John Pollock of Post Wrestling, Triple H – whose real name is Paul Levesque – returned to PC today to make the roster announcement.

Pollock tweeted: “According to multiple sources, Paul Levesque was in Orlando today speaking at the Performance Center.

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“Among the people I heard from, Lévesque said he was back.

“It’s unclear what that entails, but that’s the wording I was given.”

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Triple H retired from the company a few months ago

Triple H’s return comes just days after his wife Stephanie McMahon returned to the company to take on the role of interim CEO.

She has also been named interim president of the company while she deals with its internal investigation.

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WWE said Vince McMahon had “voluntarily stepped down from his responsibilities as CEO and Chairman of the Board pending the conclusion of the investigation.”

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“I’m back,” he reportedly told the NXT roster earlier today.

His return and subsequent new role comes amid allegations being leveled at Vince McMahon over a £2.4million hustle pact stemming from an alleged affair between Vince McMahon and a former WWE employee.

However, the statement also claimed that Mr. McMahon would retain his role overseeing all WWE creative content – ​​essentially he was still writing Raw, Smackdown and NXT, the latter being something he recently took over, sources say. .

Triple H now appears to be returning to his role as the leader of NXT and PC, a role he stepped down from due to his heart issues.

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NXT was rebranded earlier this year – with all aspects of the Triple H show removed.

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But he recently told The Atlantic: “(The change) happened at a time when I had to take time off for a bit.

“Luckily Shawn (Michaels) had been doing it with me this whole time, so it was a seamless thing.

“I got out, did what I had to do, but this team killed him.

“They’ve really created a show where you can really say it’s the next generation of stars.”

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