I've been entranced the past few months with the occasional mailbag dissecting the inner workings of Triple H.
When you think of Vince Mcmahon's cutthroat business practices, it seems absolutely fitting that the
manipulative scheming piece of shit banged the bosses daughter and will soon have the keys to the kingdom.
He is perhaps the only one who can operate the company and carry it's legacy. After all, he'll definitely do his
best once the entire company can become his pet project instead of a Sheamus here, an Evolution there.
Have you ever thought of doing a long peoples history on this guys unearned ascension up the WWEs hierarchy?
After the revelations that were King Lear and Lazarus, this screams to have your official spin on it. I personally
can't stand the guy and I know A LOT of people don't bother giving voice to their pure apathy for the guy. The
ways he tries manipulating the crowds over the years always tends to fail because, let's face it, he's pretty
damned untalented. No matter how many times he gave himself the belt he'll always be the guy who inherited
the company when the true talent left for greener pastures, no matter how many times he tries making himself
out to be some badass versus Brock he's still the guy who didn't take the thirty foot plunge on Vince Mcmahon
at Armageddon, and swapped out the barbed wire bat for a fake against Foley at No Way Out was it? This
latest round of BS with his "concussion" is just the latest slap in the face to guys like Ziggler, who of course
was manhandled by him as part of the spirit squad.
In the end I think Triple H might be good to run the company (once he fucks off our TV sets) assuming he has a
shred of business acumen Vince had, but I really wonder what the story is with Shane Mcmahon leaving and
doing exceptionally well for himself outside the business. What do you think Scott? What becomes of the WWE
when Triple H exits the stage for a crash course in actual management?
Hey, whoa there, back the train up. I don't hate the guy personally, I'm just really sick of seeing him. And I wouldn't call his ascension either unwarranted or him untalented, as he's had tons of ***** matches and he has what appears to be a great view on the business most of the time. He just has a propensity for pushing himself too much, like most promoters through history. You can still be a great worker and a legitimate big draw, but annoy the crap out of me.