WWE News: Triple H Will Not Be Stepping Down as COO

Kevin BergeFeatured ColumnistOctober 6, 2011

According to WWE.com today, Triple H has decided that he can continue running the company with five superstars.

Triple H has announced that he will not be stepping down as COO, and that Raw will be headlined by John Cena, CM Punk, Randy Orton, Sheamus and Big Show.

That's right. There will be absolutely no commentary and only five stars on the broadcast.

All joking aside, it will be interesting to see how Triple H continues to run Monday Night Raw when only five stars who have supposedly not turned on him.

The first real indication here might be tomorrow night on Friday Night SmackDown.

As I have not read the spoilers, I do not know if Triple H will appear on SmackDown, but it will be interesting to see how other stars react to Triple H still being in control.

There is no way that any of the superstars that walked out on Triple H at the end of Raw can simply go back to wrestling on Raw this Monday.

Will we see him forced to resign?

Will we see an all-face episode of Raw?

Consider who is left at this point.

Triple H has a roster of (correct me if I'm wrong) the above mentioned five stars along with Eve and Kelly Kelly.

He can also have guys like Matt Striker and Jack Korpela commentate.

Unless the stalemate ends by the beginning of the episode, the whole show is going to be incredibly long promos and matches between all the good guys.

Where will WWE go with this?

It seems to be to be a rash decision to have Triple H remain the COO after the end of Raw on Monday; however, it is an interesting angle in seeing how far Triple H will go and what the roster will do to keep this story going without ruining their own program.

What do you think? Are we in for a strange night of Raw, or will the roster find common ground for a while? Is this a good or a bad idea?