Paul Levesque discusses possible returns of Sasha, Strowman, Wyatt, and The Rock

During the final segment of his interview with Ariel Helwani, Paul Levesque was quizzed on four WWE Superstars and their status. These four are some of the most talked-about individuals and Triple H did not shy away from answering without giving too much away.

Asked about Sasha Banks, Triple H says there was a breakdown in communication and time will tell if she returns. He said that resuming communication was easy, but what follows can be a process. He added that it really boils down to Sasha and what she wants to do at this stage in her career as she’s an all-around Superstar and not just in WWE.

“She’s an unbelievable performer that I believe in with everything I have,” Levesque said.

The next star he was asked about was Braun Strowman. Since the interview taped it has been revealed that Strowman will be on Raw this coming Monday and signed a new deal.

Triple H called Braun a “polarizing” character but one hell of an athlete that brings a lot to the table. He recounted how when he saw Strowman the first time, he had no in-ring experience and was just a strongman and loved everything about him.

“I would like nothing more than to give him another shot,” Triple H said.

Next on the list was Bray Wyatt. Choosing his words carefully and making sure to say he means this in the best way possible, Triple H described Wyatt as one of the craziest, most creative people he’s been around. He said that Wyatt’s mind never stops spinning and unless he’s roped in and someone serving as guidance, he would be all over the place.

“He’s a victim of his own mind and creative, but I love working with him,” he continued.

And last but not least, The Rock. Is he coming back for WrestleMania? Triple H said that The Rock is the busiest man on the planet and he hopes that he can settle things and make space for one last meaningful run in WWE. He said he knows that there’s a fire burning inside The Rock and he wants that one more match but he’s gotta do it quick because the clock is ticking, referring to him getting older.

He said WrestleMania in Los Angeles would be the perfect place for The Rock to come back to and they’re hopeful he’ll do it.

Colin Vassallo
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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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