Paul “Triple H” Levesque has been given free rein in the creative aspect of WWE, but he won’t forget an important lesson he learned from his father-in-law, former WWE chairman and CEO Vince McMahon. Levesque was promoted to WWE’s Chief Content Officer after McMahon announced his retirement in July.
Levesque has been praised since settling into his creative roles on “Raw” and “SmackDown”. when asked by sports news Regarding his reputation for being at the forefront of sports entertainment, Levesque explained that McMahon helped guide him to become the leader he is today.
“Somehow you can say that, somehow you can’t argue with the success we’ve had,” Levesque said at the press conference for WWE’s upcoming Crown Jewel event. “When it comes to Vince, when it comes to a lot of people here, but especially Vince, I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for him. None of this would have been here. All these people who are here today It’s all down to his talent, his drive, his vision. Things change, and he taught me an important lesson too. When things change, you don’t want to be the first. You don’t want to be the last , but you want to let go. Others enter there a little bit and see how the water feels and then it’s there.”
Crown Jewel, which will be headlined by an undisputed WWE Universal Championship match between title holders Roman Reigns and Logan Paul, will take place in Saudi Arabia on November 5.
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