Triple H has grown into one of the most important figures in the WWE in recent years, rising beyond a wrestling Superstar to become a genuinely key figure in the business.
Despite his rapid rise to the top, though, it appears even his position as Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events and Creative doesn't mean he can call all the shots.
This comes after a photo appeared online showing a certain individual posing at WWE headquarters, a star who's arrival, considering recent dramatic claims, is sure to have left HHH very unimpressed.
The individual in question was former WWE Diva Chyna, real name Joan Laurer. Chyna has of course been in the headlines recently after having accused Triple H (a former boyfriend) of hitting her during an argument in 2001.
Only last week Triple H was forced to issue an official statement through the WWE in which he vehemently denied the damaging accusations.
As he stands by his denial the sight of his accuser arriving at the headquarters of the company he is so close to will undoubtedly irk him a little.
But why was Chyna at WWE HQ anyway?
Some fans have speculated that there could be a shock return to the company in the offing but, unfortunately for fans of her '90s glory years, that appears very unlikely.
Firstly, the building that houses WWE headquarters is as such that anyone can walk in off the street and pose for a photo meaning Chyna might not have been invited to the premises at all.
Meanwhile, other reports suggest that the former Diva could well have been having a meeting with WWE officials to discuss funding/access for a documentary on her life entitled that is in the pipeline.
One thing is for sure, though, after having watched Money in The Bank with Mick Foley, this latest move to get close to WWE by Chyna is sure to have gone down like a lead balloon with Triple H.
WWE fans: Could you ever see Chyna returning to the WWE, and would you want her back? Let us know in the comments below...
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