Triple H hasn't been seen on WWE TV since his loss to Roman Reigns at this year's WrestleMania back in April and surprisingly wasn't even a part of the WWE Draft two weeks ago.
The EVP of Talent is still down in NXT continuing his day job with the next generation of superstars and this week he surprisingly gave a shout out to an unlikely former NXT superstar.
Mojo Rawley was one of WWE's final draft picks a few weeks ago and made the switch over to SmackDown to join his former Hype Bro's partner Zack Ryder. Now it seems that his dedication to fight for a place on the main roster and ability to never give up has won over The Game.
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PRAISE FROM THE BOSS
Triple H tweeted the following yesterday before The Hype Bro's competed last night on SmackDown Live.
Rawley has been a part of WWE since 2013 when like so many other superstars before him he decided to join WWE from the NFL after suffering an injury that needed 18 months rehabilitation time.
Rawley was given his name and explained that he is hyped all the time because it allowed him to reach superhuman levels and achievements. He made his debut at the first ever NXT event called ArRival back in 2013 making him one of the longest inhabitants of the NXT roster before he was called up a few weeks ago.
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BRIGHT FUTURE FOR MOJO?
Mojo was the biggest shock of the WWE Draft given that he was one of the only superstars to be promoted without any speculation.
He then made his debut at Battleground by saving his former NXT Tag Team partner Zack Ryder from Rusev, confirming that the group was back together.
SmackDown is now set to unveil its own Tag Team Championships given that the brand now has an incredible amount of depth in their division with the likes of former NXT Tag Team Champions The Vaudevillians, American Alpha and even The Hype Bros and The Usos all set to be a part of the division.
This means that The Hype Bro's could be set for a much bigger push on the main roster than they were given in NXT and with the backing of Triple H, Mojo could be set for a much brighter future on SmackDown.
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