6 positive changes Triple H will bring in WWE when he takes over
Vince McMahon is 73, and sooner or later he is going to retire. Paul Levesque, better known as Triple H, will become the next boss of WWE. Like every new boss, he will make a few operational and strategic changes to the functioning of the company to fit his vision.
The 14-time world champion has already proven his leadership and management acumen, evident in the success and critical acclaim NXT has garnered - some argue that the yellow brand is superior to the two main roster shows. Triple H is open-minded, so he will make some positive changes once he is at the helm of the biggest professional wrestling company in the world.
#6 Better match quality
Most WWE Network subscribers consider it fact that the NXT Takeover shows are far better than anything on the main roster. Any avid watcher of WWE's developmental brand can vouch for the fact that almost every NXT call-up ceases having top quality matches as soon as they move to the main roster.
However, with Triple H running the show, the focus will shift to the in-ring action. This will make television shows and main roster pay-per-views a lot easier to watch.
#5 The word "Wrestling" will be promoted
WWE stands for World Wrestling Entertainment, but Vince McMahon has clearly instructed that his performers should be referred to as WWE Superstars. He hates the word 'Wrestling', despite the fact that the biggest show of the company is called WrestleMania.
Triple H, on the other hand, is not averse to being called a professional wrestler. Once he takes over, this trend will soon change. The word 'sports-entertainment' will also be dropped as no one else uses it besides the current Chairman; other wrestlers only use it when they are instructed by Vince.