Head of Creative Triple H lauds Roman Reigns ahead of his appearance on WWE RAW

WWE head of creative Triple H recently took to X(formerly Twitter) to advertise the upcoming episode of Biography: WWE Legends featuring Roman Reigns.

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WWE head of creative Triple H has recently lauded star player Roman Reigns ahead of his participation in WWE Raw. Notably, the 38-year-old is the most successful player in WWE history and went on to defeat some of the top players after he won the Universal Championship back in 2020.

However, Triple H recently took to social media and advertised the upcoming episode of Biography. The 54-year-old has recalled how Roman Reigns has changed the landscape of WWE Raw history with his success. Moreover, the Chief Content Officer and head of Creative also talks about how his magnificent wins helped change the wrestling promotion's landscape.

"The entire landscape of @WWE and positioning of our business has changed as a result of @WWERomanReigns' almost unthinkable championship reign. He is a once-in-a-generation. He might just be once. Biography: WWE Legends featuring Roman Reigns airs tonight 9/8c @AETV #WWEonAE @HeymanHustle [Paul Heyman]," Triple H wrote on X.

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Just the very way that we revealed that Roman Reigns was no longer: Paul Heyman

Meanwhile, former  WWE star Paul Heyman talks about how Triple H has played a great role in WWE history. The 58-year-old also pointed out that the audience is right now more focused on storytelling, and that is their priority as well for the current company. The legendary player also shares his views on Roman Reigns and his progression from The Big Dog to The Tribal Cheif. 

"I think under the creative guidance of Paul Levesque [Triple H], the audience is more cognizant of our pursuit to define storyline-first at all times, but it has been that way for us since August 2020. Just the very way that we revealed that Roman Reigns was no longer. So, it's always been storyline-first for us, and it took until the Paul Levesque era for the audience to realize just how much we incorporate the mantra of storyline-first at all times," Paul Heyman in a recent interview with Graham Matthews of Bleacher Report.