At times, since his return, it has seemed like Vince McMahon has had a role in Creative. Then, there have also been times when it seems the company has heavily relied on Triple H, Paul Levesque. Ricochet recently spoke with SPORF, revealing that Vince McMahon is still involved.
“Vince is still involved and Vince is still talked to,” Ricochet confirmed. “He’s still someone that everyone looks to, especially with creative. So he’s got his fingers in everything too. I think Triple H and everybody in creative is just trying to do the best they can in bringing out the best in who they have. They’re trying to work to everyone’s strengths. I think that’s something that Triple H has always done.”
Since Triple H has taken over the audience levels have grown exponentially. Whether it’s through the in-house ticket sales, the views on social media or the number of watchers on Peacock. The goal has become to grow the brand and highlight everyone’s strengths.
“They want to grow the brand as much as possible,” he continued. “Whether it’s RAW or SmackDown or NXT. They’re trying to highlight the strengths of everybody. I think it’s been great so far. Everybody sees the popularity of the brand now, so they just want to expand it as much as possible. I think what they’ve been doing recently with everybody has been great. Everybody’s been going out there and giving it their all.”
With Triple H in control, however, Ricochet has been given a more solid focus than with Vince McMahon. The 34-year-old superstar has recently formed a tag team with Braun Strowman, though he’s currently injured. He’ll now take place in the Men’s Money in the Bank match on Saturday, July 1.
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