Mandy Rose Drops Triple H Bombshell

Triple H is currently the WWE Head of Creative and fans are quite happy with the changes he has made in the WWE product. He has also brought back some major talents in the company. The reigning NXT Women’s Champion Mandy Rose shared her thoughts on Hunter.



Mandy Rose sheds praise on Triple H

While speaking with USA Network, Mandy Rose talked about Triple H becoming the head of WWE Creative. Rose stated that she believes backstage morale is great now after his takeover.

“The morale has been great from what I’ve seen and been around. I think it’s awesome having Triple H ‘back in charge’ in the sense of heading up creative and other aspects of WWE and NXT. I’ve always gotten along well with Triple H. I think he’s extremely logical and obviously his expertise — that’s a given, he’s unmatched.

I just think it’s going to be really good and I’m excited to see what’s in the works for the future. I know it’s just the beginning for all three brands so I feel like it’s really going to be awesome. And so far I think that morale has definitely been lifted a bit, for sure.”

WWE pulled out Toxic Attraction from the Women’s Tag Team Championship tournament after Mandy Rose-led Toxic Attraction member Gigi Dolin suffered an injury. The group’s main roster call-up might have been nixed as well by Triple H.

Dolin and Jacy Jane were able to defeat Natalya and Sonya Deville in their quarter-final match, but it was during that encounter were Dolin reportedly hurt herself. They were originally scheduled to compete on WWE SmackDown later this week against Raquel Rodriquez and Aliyah, but that match has been changed. Instead the company put on a ‘second chance’ fatal four-way tag team match between all the teams that were defeated in the quarter-final stage of the competition, with the winners, Dakota Kai and IYO SKY then advancing to face Rodriguez and Aliyah in the semi-final. It was the latter who were crowned the new champs on RAW.

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