Triple H looks set to take over the WWE alongside Stephanie McMahon when Vince McMahon eventually passes away.
In actuality, it seems like Hunter is already in charge of key creative decisions on the wrestling side of things. He is already in complete control of NXT and according to an interview from Kurt Angle, Vince wanted to bring Angle back from TNA but Triple H nixed it.
And today, HHH has been called out by a former WWE superstar who has hit out at the way HHH operates.
Former WWE star JTG - one half of the Cryme Tyme tag team - recently spoke with Greg Beckno of WrestlingNews.co and had some hard truths to tell, specifically about Hunter having a massive ego.
"In my opinion, if Triple H could put aside his ego and his dislike for a person and focus on business then I think it could probably be a lot better," JTG revealed.
Zack Ryder Dislike
JTG went on to use the story of Zack Ryder as a case point as to why HHH lets his own personal dislike of a person get in the way of what is right and what should happen in the WWE.
"For example, I don't think he was a big fan of Zack Ryder. Zack Ryder did everything he could to get over and he got over and when he was in MSG [at Survivor Series 2011] and The Rock was there and they were chanting Zack Ryder's name...That was the perfect underdog story and it was all thrown to the side because he wasn't favored by Hunter."
If you don't know the story, Zack Ryder was a lower-card wrestler being seriously underused and got fed up of it. So, Ryder decided to create his own YouTube show to promote his character. The web series was a huge hit and led to chants from fans at TV tapings where he wasn't even performing.
Ryder was a star, but it ended as soon as it had started following a terrible character arc involving a love triangle with John Cena and Eve which saw him get pushed off the stage in a wheelchair by Kane which ended his push.
"When you see someone try so hard to get noticed..you know Zack Ryder busted his ass and he got a lot of respect backstage and from the boys in the locker room. He got so much respect for getting over on his own and not needing the machine to push him," JTG added.
"He got a little push but they buried him. That put a black eye on the morale in the locker room. It was like damn, if he did all that it kind of make everybody not even wanna try."
It seems like HHH still has a long way to and that WWE fans know who to blame for the end of the "Woo Woo Woo" being chanted.