William Regal has returned to WWE, with the former wrestler set to take on a new role within the company. Regal was among the many victims of the WWE budget cuts that took place under the chairman Vince McMahon’s leadership, but he has now been rehired by Triple H, who has taken over the creative direction of WWE.
The move has come as something of a surprise, as Regal was under contract with AEW at the time he began negotiations with WWE. However, he had an opt-out clause in his AEW deal, which meant that he was able to explore other opportunities.
With Vince McMahon now back at the helm of WWE, it remains to be seen how this will impact those superstars who were rehired by Triple H. There have been internal talks about Regal’s position within the company, with many speculating about the future of those wrestlers who were brought back by Triple H. This comes from a new report by the latest edition of Wrestling Observer Live, and it would be a pretty messy situation if changes are made so quickly.
However, it is thought that Triple H will retain much of his power within the company, so it is possible that Regal’s position will not be affected.
This is an exciting development for fans of WWE and for Regal himself, who has always been highly regarded within the industry. With Triple H now in charge of creative, it is expected that we will see a host of new and exciting storylines and matches in the coming months.
Whether Regal will be involved in these remains to be seen, but it is clear that he has a bright future ahead of him within WWE.
WWE also recently confirmed that producer Road Dogg, coach Ace Steel, and writer Ryan Katz are no longer with NXT. This news follows WWE’s decision to part ways with some staff members at the Performance Center as part of the continued evolution of NXT 2.0. It has also been reported that there is another firing spree currently happening in NXT.