Undertaker: Triple H’s WWE Is Less Chaotic Than When I Was Full-Time

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The Phenom has weighed in on what WWE is like under Triple H.

The Undertaker has been an iconic name in professional wrestling for over 30 years, and has therefore seen his fair share of change in the industry since the start of his career. One such change has been the shift in creative control from Vince McMahon to Triple H in the summer of 2022.

On this, during an episode of his Six Feet Under podcast, Undertaker talked about the differences between a Triple H led WWE and one under Vince, offering praise to Paul Levesque for running the company in a much more calm manner.

“He’s doing it calmly. So I’m not I’m not around, obviously, like I used to be. When I was working full-time, or even when I wasn’t working full-time. It was just so chaotic.”

-The Undertaker

In particular, Undertaker pointed out how young the WWE cast of crew and talent is today, suggesting that this cultivates a chilled atmosphere backstage. Although, he says that, from the outside looking in, it can make it seem to him as if those involved don’t care as much as they perhaps should, but this is just his perspective.

There is like this calm backstage. The crew itself, the talent, they’re relatively young. Top to bottom, they’re young people. They’re all so chill. I’ve seen Triple H get worked up, but I haven’t seen him yell at Talent. I haven’t seen him bad mouth anybody. There’s been times where you come back through the curtain and you know that ass-chewing is coming. I haven’t seen that with him. Like I said, I haven’t been around a whole lot, but I’ve been around enough, and I know him well enough, and I can just tell it’s such a chill vibe. For me, I almost don’t like it because it’s almost too calm. To me, and this is just me on the outside looking in, it’s like they don’t care enough. It’s not that. It’s just the atmosphere.”

-The Undertaker

Undertaker hasn’t competed for WWE since the cinematic-style Boneyard match against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36, although he has made plenty of surprise appearances, such as the one at Raw’s 30th anniversary show, along the way. At 58 years old, it’s fair to say that The Undertaker isn’t likely to return to the ring, but it seems as if he’d have no issue with the Triple H’s lead if he were to do so.

As always, we’ll aim to provide any further updates on The Undertaker as we hear more.

H/T to Fightful for the transcription.

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