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BREAKING NEWS: HHH Now Officially The Chairman's Creative Advisor

Gary JohnsonContributor ISeptember 6, 2010

Hello again all you Bleacholics!

 

I really wish I was kidding with this title of the article, but sadly HHH has now been promoted to Mr. McMahon's Creative advisor.  Here is the article that is posted.

 

"WWE headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut is undergoing a slight renovation as an office is being built for Paul "Triple H" Levesque, who was recently promoted to an executive role within the organization. 

According to a company source, the multi-time wrestling champion now officially serves as WWE Chairman Vince McMahon's creative advisor. 

While Triple H has had Vince's ear for the past several years, it was always in an unofficial capacity. From this point forward, he will have a much more authoritative voice in regards to the company's creative direction and its many performers" (Sorry about not putting the source before, it was on LordsOfPain.com)  

Who else is throwing up slightly?  

 

This either will start another few reigns for HHH or he gets out of the spotlight for a bit...but come on...it's HHH.  I expect him to come back and take the title from Sheamus or whoever has it at that time.

 

I also want to take this time to say thank you to all the people who have commented or liked my articles in the past.  Every comment I look at and take into consideration.  

 

Once again everyone.  Good luck in your future endeavors.

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