Ex-WWE superstar Ken Shamrock doesn't think Triple H can run the industry because of his large ego.
As reported by wrestlinginc.com, the 50-year-old has criticised 'The Game', and doesn't believe he has the capabilities to take over the helm from Vince McMahon.
HHH is currently a key figure in the company and is currently part of The Authority, which includes his wife - and Vince's daughter - Stephanie.
Speaking on The Shoot, Shamrock said: "Here's a guy that has a huge ego. He has a hard time with putting anybody over and let alone outside the business when someone like Brock Lesnar would have to hurt him.
"His ego wouldn't let him walk around in a sling. He wants people to know it's entertainment unless he's the one doing it then he wants you to walk around in a leg cast. This is what I see the problem is and I've been pretty critical about it.
"You've got somebody in that position that's got too big of an ego to run a company like that. Hunter goes to extreme lengths to look good, to be big and cut and make sure he's on the cover of the muscle magazine and make sure he's in fitness things. He's the guy who's putting himself in the forefront.
"For anybody to run a company like the WWE, you can't be that guy. You've got too much talent out there for you to put yourself out there in front of them."
It remains to be seen as to whether Triple H and Co. eventually take over from McMahon, but for now the Wrestling Universe will be gearing up for the up coming Extreme Rules pay-per-view event.
Triple H - along with Randy Orton and Batista - will take on the The Shield in a six man tag-team match on May 4 in New Jersey. The event will be first pay-per-view since WrestleMania XXX which took place earlier this month.
WWE fans, what do you think? Is Triple H's ego too big to take over the company? Have your say below!