Triple H reportedly told people at the WWE Performance Center that “he’s back”
Shawn Michaels has been running the WWE NXT 2.0 brand in the months since Triple H took a leave of absence due to his health issues. According to John Pollock of PostWrestling.com, Triple H spoke at the WWE Performance Center in Orlando, FL on Wednesday. Pollock tweeted the following about what was said…
“According to multiple sources, Paul Levesque was in Orlando today and spoke at the Performance Center. Of the people I heard from, Levesque stated ‘he’s back’ – it is unknown what that entails but that was the wording I was given.”
Bryan Alvarez of F4WOnline.com said the following regarding the report…
“John Pollock reported this today, and we can confirm it. Triple H showed up in NXT today, and he had a meeting with everyone. The two things that he said that were notable was that ‘he is back.’ He also said he was there for ‘business reasons,’ but he couldn’t say why yet.” (quote courtesy of RingsideNews.com)
Triple H recently said the following about the NXT 2.0 rebranding in an interview with TheAtlantic.com…
“It truly is the developmental league, the college football, Triple-A baseball. Yeah, they’re not all quite ready to be in that major-league role yet, but you’re discovering them before they become household names. We were talking about this shift anyway. That’s where we were headed. It happened at a period of time where I had to leave for a bit. Luckily, Shawn (Michaels) had been doing it with me all that time, so it was a seamless thing. I stepped out, did what I needed to do, but that team has killed it. They’ve really created a show where you can really say that’s the next generation of stars.”
According to multiple sources, Paul Levesque was in Orlando today and spoke at the Performance Center.
Of the people I heard from, Levesque stated "he's back" – it is unknown what that entails but that was the wording I was given.
— John Pollock (@iamjohnpollock) June 22, 2022