The Black Cloud Is Gone From WWE Says Hall Of Famer

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There’s no more walking on eggshells in WWE as the black cloud is gone with Vince McMahon as Triple H firmly puts his mark on the company.

Paul “Triple H” Levesque is the man charged with leading the wrestling side of WWE and has won many plaudits for his work already. Endeavor owns the company through the TKO group, taking care of the business aspects of the company leaving The Game to focus his energies on what fans see on-screen.

This move has been a long time coming and in reality, Triple H has already been calling the shots for quite a while but his succession to the top of WWE was completed in less than ideal circumstances.

Vince McMahon was told to resign as Executive Chairman of TKO after the former WWE Chairman was accused of serious sexual assault in a lawsuit filed by a former employee of the company. Since then Vince McMahon has sold hundreds of millions of dollars worth of shares as his association with the company he once ruled over disintegrates.

And it seems that the difference backstage is palpable now that Triple H is firmly in charge.

Bully Ray Notices Big Difference In WWE

The WWE Draft recently concluded on Raw as WWE Hall of Famers Bubba Ray [Bully Ray] and D-Von returned to reveal picks for Raw and SmackDown.

Speaking on Busted Open Radio, Bully Ray lifted the lid on his experience at Raw and indicated any sense of people walking on eggshells is now gone following McMahon’s exit:

Man, I can’t even put into words how different of a place the WWE is now, the way the whole show is run, and obviously, without certain people there, I believe the black cloud and the eggshells have definitely disappeared.

You can tell that Paul Levesque’s WWE is a more laid back WWE, less stress, and a lot more fun. There’s just this whole vibe of more of a team effort than I think I’ve ever seen there before, everybody being on the same page, very little politicking that I see or anything that resembles it.

It really was a great experience. If it wasn’t, I would tell you about it. I’d be like, ‘Wow, man, it’s bad back there’, but no, a really great experience.