Undertaker Sounds Off On WWE's Future Without Vince McMahon, Thoughts On Triple H Taking Over


The Undertaker recently spoke with ESPN for an in-depth interview covering all things pro wrestling.

During the discussion, "The Dead Man" was asked for his thoughts on Triple H taking over creative and talent relations for WWE.

Featured below are some of the highlights from the interview where he touches on this topic with his thoughts.

On WWE’s direction without Vince McMahon: “They’re loosening the reins a little bit as far as what guys can say and do,” Calaway, a longtime locker room leader, told ESPN. “I think the product will probably be a little more aggressive. I think that’s going to come through in the creative.

On calling attention to blood: “Those things are going to help because WWE is going to do it better than anybody else, and they don’t throw things away,” Calaway said. “Hopefully, a lot of people there know how to rein things in and make things like that mean something instead of just doing it to do it.”

On Triple H in charge: “I mean, he’s brilliant, he really is. I don’t think he gets enough credit for his wrestling acumen. I think he’ll be a huge asset to the development of a lot of guys. And he’s a no bulls— kind of guy too. He’s going to let you know what you’re doing that’s right and what you’re doing that’s wrong. I think it’s going to be a step in the right direction with Hunter [another nickname for Levesque].”

Check out the complete interview at ESPN.com.