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5 WWE Superstars Who Will Likely Receive A Massive Push When Triple H Takes Over

Abid Khan
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Is Zayn a Triple H guy?
Is Zayn a Triple H guy?

If there's anyone in the professional wrestling industry who can successfully blend professional wrestling with sports entertainment, it's Triple H.

The man has improved the credibility of a mere developmental brand in NXT and turned into a full-fledged mainstream brand that promises fast-paced in-ring action backed by a creatively strong narrative.

It's applause worthy that The Game understands the fans' mentality and tries to put his best foot forward to give us something to cherish every single week.

Whilst the former World Champion has been successful in propelling many independent performers under his wing, only a select few of them have been able to find their way to the top of the pile under Vince McMahon's supervision.

The likes of Seth Rollins, Charlotte, Becky Lych, Kevin Owens, and Finn Balor are part of a select few who have enjoyed their fair share of success on the main roster.

However, many in the back are still scratching and clawing to find their way to the spotlight. With WWE struggling to deliver quality storylines on a weekly basis and All Elite Wrestling just around the horizon, the fans are advocating for Triple H to take control and change the game forever.

Considering that Vince McMahon will be diving more deep with his XFL prospect, this could be an idealistic opportunity for Hunter to take charge and bring some serious alterations.

Here are the 5 WWE Superstars who will receive a massive push when Triple H takes over.


#1 Shinsuke Nakamura

The King of Strong Style
The King of Strong Style
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One of the most charismatic superstars to ever step foot between the ropes, Shinsuke Nakamura's main roster run has diminished his credibility as a legit main-event performer.

The Japanese Sensation who was running riot under Triple H's wing in NXT has fallen to being nothing more than a mid-card talent on SmackDown Live.

While Vince McMahon did shower some spotlight on him during his initial run on the blue brand, The King of Strong Style ceased to flourish despite oozing with charisma and versatility.

Since he is best remembered for his work on the independent scene and NXT, The Game will certainly do everything in his power to recapture that magic on our television screens once he takes over.




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