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Legendary WWE wrestler Triple H appears to be back running the company's NXT brand and Performance Centre – just a few months after having to take a step back due to a near-fatal heart attack.
According to Post Wrestling's John Pollock, Triple H – whose real name is Paul Levesque – returned to the PC today to make the announcement to the roster.
Pollock tweeted: “According to multiple sources, Paul Levesque was in Orlando today and spoke at the Performance Center.
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“Of the people I heard from, Levesque stated 'he's back'.
“It is unknown what that entails but that was the wording I was given.”
The return of Triple H comes just a few days after his wife Stephanie McMahon returned to the company to take the role of interim-CEO.
She was also named interim Chairwoman of the company whilst it deals with its internal investigation.
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WWE stated that Vince McMahon had "voluntarily stepped back from his responsibilities as CEO and Chairman of the Board until the conclusion of the investigation."
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Her return and subsequent new role comes amid allegations put to Vince McMahon over a £2.4million hush pact stemming from an alleged affair between Vince McMahon and a former WWE employee.
However, the statement also claimed that Mr McMahon would be retaining his role overseeing all of WWE's creative content – essentially, he was still writing Raw, Smackdown and NXT, with the latter being something he recently took over, according to sources.
Triple H now appears to be taking back his role as head of NXT and the PC, a role he stood down from due to his heart issues.
NXT was rebranded earlier this year – with all aspects of the show Triple H ran removed.
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But he recently told The Atlantic: “(The change) happened at a period of time where I had to leave for a bit.
“Luckily, Shawn (Michaels) had been doing it with me all that time, so it was a seamless thing.
“I stepped out, did what I needed to do, but that team has killed it.
“They’ve really created a show where you can really say that’s the next generation of stars.”
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