As previously noted, WWE announced on Monday that Triple H “will assume all responsibilities related to WWE’s creative, in addition to his regular duties.”
During the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Dave Meltzer of F4WOnline.com wrote about creative changes that are expected to be made including “more long term storylines, more investment in younger talent, and much less 50/50 booking.” Meltzer also mentioned possible changes to the women’s division as Triple H is believed to be a bigger proponent of women’s wrestling than Vince McMahon.
It was also noted by Meltzer that the two names “most talked about as being replaced” are Bruce Prichard and head of television production Kevin Dunn.
Mick Foley’s son Dewey, who previously worked in creative, issued a statement regarding changes he would like to see…
“Changes I hope get implemented in WWE: Talent and employees feel 100 percent safe and comfortable going up the flagpole with any/all concerns, pitches, etc. Future signees aren’t based solely off `look.’ The more variety, the better. Long-term pitches get taken seriously and are executed.”