Update On Triple H’s Plan To Split WWE World Titles
Triple H wants WWE’s two main Championship Titles split up and had plans to do so at WrestleMania until things changed.
When Roman Reigns defeated Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 38, the Universal and WWE Championship were unified and have remained in the hands of the Tribal Chief ever since.
Triple H not only wants to end the unification and split the belts, but had intended to do so in time for this year’s Show of the Immortals.
However, The Game’s plan was ended once The Rock was unable to sign up to compete with Reigns in the main event night two of WWE’s Hollywood extravaganza.
Triple H desires a main men’s Champion on both Raw and Smackdown, and sees the unification of the Belts as “the final mess” after taking over creative control from Vince McMahon last July.
WrestleVotes and GiveMeSport shared insight on Triple H’s plans, how WrestleMania might have looked and the timeline in which fans can expect to start seeing a Men’s World Belt on each brand.
This is the final mess, and you really can call it a mess. This is the final obstacle and the new team is working to overcome that. There was never a plan when Roman Reigns won the titles a year ago. Triple H was handed this mess. By SummerSlam, there’s gonna be two titles.
Whilst Triple H, called by WWE stars as “Easiest Boss”, had hoped to create The Rock v. Roman Reigns, he also wanted a night one Championship bout between two of Drew McIntyre, Seth Rollins and Cody Rhodes.
Rhodes is set to battle Reigns in the final match in two weeks’ time, with The American Nightmare looking to further establish his family’s legacy.
It appears that no matter what the result, the WWE and Universal Titles will likely part in the coming weeks or months.