Will Triple H sign for WWE as a free agent? The fans certainly think so.
Game took over creative duties for WWE after Vince McMahon announced his retirement. The 77-year-old was infamous for releasing several wrestlers in the final years of his reign at the helm of the company.
Many of the released stars were huge fan favorites, and the WWE Universe was disappointed with their release. Triple H reversed the lot by bringing back the released names after taking over the creative role.
Braun Strowman, Bray Wyatt, Dexter Lumis, Johnny Gargano, Hit Row, Dakota Kai, Karrion Cross, Scarlett Bordeaux, Luke Gallows, Karl Anderson, Mia Yim and Emma are back in the company under the King of Kings Reign. ,
In addition, William Regal requested an early release from AEW in order to reunite with the 14-time World Champion. It is clear that with Vince McMahon stepping down, WWE has become a more desirable place to work.
Mads Kruger is a former Major League Wrestling star who recently left MLW.
He is an impressive performer with intimidating looks. Now that he is a free agent, fans have been speculating on Twitter about him possibly being a tempting signing for Triple H.
@Fightful Visually, he looks exactly like what Triple H likes to sign (Karrien Kross, Dexter Lumis, etc.), so I wouldn’t be surprised to see him there in some form.
@Fightful Another great free agent. About going wherever he can make a difference. both in the company and in their careers.
Triple H recently signed a huge talent to WWE
The former D-Generation X star recently added major firepower to the NXT roster by signing Dragon Lee from Mexican promotion AAA.
Dragon Lee teamed with Dralistico to defeat FTR of AEW to become the new AAA Tag Team Champions at the AAA Noche de Campeones event.
After the match, Dragon Lee announced that he was leaving for the Stamford-based promotion in January 2023. This was a surprising announcement, as many expected Lee to sign for AEW after making an appearance on Dynamite.
In the first round of the AEW Trios Championship tournament, Dragon Lee teamed with Andrade El Idolo and Rush to face The Elite. The Mexican stars lost, but Dragon Lee made a drastic impression that eventually saw him sign for NXT.