It's been well-documented on the dirt sheets that Triple H and Vince McMahon don't always agree with certain decisions.
Vince obviously has the final say on the decisions as it's his business, but The Game has more of a free reign over on NXT where he's changed the outdated, competition format and transformed it into WWE's third competitive brand.
The transformation has resulted in some of the biggest names in the world coming to NXT with most of them graduating to the main roster relatively quickly - benefiting Vince, Monday Night RAW and SmackDown LIVE but still are big losses to NXT.
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While Survivor Series has seen some huge matches added to the event over the last few weeks, NXT TakeOver: WarGames has been quietly bubbling away and has turned into an incredible event of its own which will take place one night before Survivor Series.
Aleister Black finally gets his hands on The Velveteen Dream, Andrade Cien Almas attempts to dethrone Drew McIntyre for the NXT Championship, while the race is on to see who follows Asuka to become the new NXT Women's Champion between Kairi Sane, Ember Moon, Nikki Cross and Peyton Royce.
However, perhaps the most exciting match will see the return of the historic WarGames match, where the Authors of Pain and Roderick Strong go up against SAnitY and The Undisputed Era.
Triple H has revealed that the format will change slightly, though, as the classic structure featured a roof but the new one won't. The Game claimed that its all down to the evolution of the concept, but The Inquisitr is claiming that this decision is what's caused tension between Vince and Triple H.
Triple H wanted a roof incorporated into the structure to keep it true to its roots, but Vince thought of this as an opportunity to start something new and fresh to be used in the future.
Ultimately, it was Vince's seniority that led to the change being made, even though it's not something Triple H agreed with.
You can understand where both are coming from, as the appeal of seeing the historic structure again is something fans have wanted for a while, and you don't want to take that away from it.
On the other hand, not having a roof does make it slightly different and more unique to WWE, while allowing for more high spots.
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