There is little argument that those in charge of WWE have had to answer for lately, which is why Stone Cold Steve Austin's interview with Triple H was welcomed by much of the WWE Universe.
The talk the two legends had was scheduled following the big announcement Triple H said he would reveal on this week's episode of Monday Night Raw.
Title change up
The news he broke to WWE fans was that as The Authority were well aware of how disappointed WWE fans were with the outcome of the Royal Rumble, the title shot which was on offer for the victor was to be up for grabs once again.
Understandably, this was not too pleasing to hear for the winner of the Royal Rumble match; Roman Reigns, but Triple H expressed his disappointment at the help Reigns received from his cousin, WWE legend The Rock, following the match last month.
The two WWE superstars who were to be given the opportunity to face Reigns at Fast Lane for the title shot opportunity at WrestleManaia XXXI therefore were Daniel Bryan and Seth Rollins, with the pair battling out before everyone's favourite 'Yes!' man proved the better wrestler.
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The WWE Universe therefore will be able to look forward to an exciting match-up between Bryan and Reigns next month, despite the WWE appearing to be backtracking because of the fallout from the Royal Rumble match result.
During the interview with Stone Cold, Triple H was asked about the current status of WWE World Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar, with Austin describing Lesnar as being on a 'hellacious run' of late.
Triple H had this reply: "We're constantly talking to Brock. It all comes down to Brock, I think, on what Brock Lesnar wants to do. I think somewhere in his mind he's not sure if he has unfinished business or not. I think he loves what he's doing here right now, I think he loves the arrangement. We have a great working relationship. We love having him here. It just comes down to does he want to... does he have unfinished business?"
Although he was unquestionably being vague about Lesnar's current state and future direction, The Game appeared to imply that he feels there is little chance The Beast will be returning to WWE after his contract expires.
This is understandable given the talk which has been surrounding a return to UFC for the 37-year-old, but what will be interesting to see is how WWE go about booking Lesnar's leave as there is no doubt, especially following his defeat of The Streak, that he has a huge impact on the industry.