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WWE: Triple H Has Exciting Plans for One Year After WrestleMania 39


According to reports, Triple H has his plans for WWE for over a year after WrestleMania 39. Vince McMahon’s tenure as Head of Creative was renowned for planning shows and major storylines at the last minute.

However, in eight months as Chief Content Officer of Triple H, things have taken a new turn under his leadership.

Does Triple H have any plans for after WrestleMania 39?

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WrestleMania, WWE’s biggest event of the year, takes place on April 1 and 2 in Los Angeles.

On Saturday night’s show, WWE Universal Championship is expected to usher in a new era with Cody Rhodes widely predicted to beat Roman Reigns and become Undisputed champion.

According to The WrestleMania Observer, Triple H already has his sights set beyond WrestleMania 39 for WWE in 2024, as reported by WrestlingTalk

They have a year’s worth of post-Mania plans in place. This isn’t something where we’ll do WrestleMania and then Hunter will wake up wondering, ‘what the f*** are we gonna do now?’

Fans should take this news with delight, as many have been calling for WWE to implement more long-term booking for years now.

The report serves as a further reminder that WWE is very different under Triple H than Vince McMahon, particularly on the creative front.

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What are Triple H’s plans for WWE after WrestleMania?

At present, there is still no definitive word on what plans Triple H has for WWE after WrestleMania 39.

Fans have been able to pick up on subtle teases that have been dropped on TV over the last few weeks, which may hint at what feuds are being planned.

Cody Rhodes and IMPERIUM’s Ludwig Kaiser will square off on SmackDown next week, with many fans suggesting this could serve as the impetus for a Gunther v Cody feud in 2023.

WrestlingNews.co reported earlier this month that Solo Sikoa has been “saved” for a feud with Roman in the future, which was further teased and confirmed by Rhodes during last night’s episode of Monday Night Raw.

Fans won’t have to wait long to witness HHH’s plans, with the Raw after WrestleMania show taking place just 13 days from now.

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