Following Vince McMahon‘s shock retirement last month, Triple H was appointed the Head of Creative for WWE, meaning he essentially runs both Raw and SmackDown now.
On top of that, the former WWE Champion is part of the company’s recruitment team, and also serves as the Head of Talent Relations.
Speaking to Logan Paul on his Impaulsive podcast, Triple H revealed just how crazy his schedule was during SummerSlam week, and to be honest, we’ve got no clue how he managed to do it.
HHH explained that he was in Connecticut on Tuesday for his daughter’s birthday, but travelled down to Nashville on Tuesday night to begin the WWE tryouts on Wednesday afternoon.
Triple H then flew back to Connecticut on Wednesday evening for a business dinner with some of WWE’s partners, where he stayed the following day until 3pm for a WWE board meeting.
He then got back on his plane on Thursday afternoon to come to Nashville to restart the tryouts, but that isn’t where his travel stopped.
After that, Triple H stayed in Nashville to resume the tryouts on Friday morning and undertake media duties, but travelling to Atlanta to produce SmackDown, when he then travelled back to Nashville for SummerSlam.
Then, in the morning of the SummerSlam Premium Live Event, Triple H sat down for an hour-long interview with Logan Paul for his podcast, which you can check out and watch in full by clicking here.
Things aren’t going to be slowing down anytime soon for Triple H, who only returned to his active duties in WWE in April of this year.
In September 2021, Triple H suffered a cardiac event that, in his own words, nearly saw him tragically lose his life.
Thankfully he was able to make a full recovery, but ‘The Game’ will never be able to wrestle again, and is instead fully focused on his plethora of behind-the-scenes responsibilities with WWE.
During the same interview, Triple H also revealed his savage, albeit hilarious, five-word response to finding out that Logan Paul was signing with WWE, which you can read more about by clicking here.
You can watch WWE Raw & SmackDown this week live in the US on the USA Network and FOX respectively, and in the UK on BT Sport.