William Regal was an integral part of the “NXT” brand for most of its existence, both as an on-screen General Manager and backstage, helping younger talent develop into future stars.
Regal was let go from WWE in late 2022 as the vision for the company morphed to a different direction.
Triple H and Regal have an extremely close relationship but only communicate a few times per week.
Triple H knows Regal won’t be on board with his ideas unless they’re justifiable and he respects Regal, making them both work quite well together.
Triple H makes him sound like the straight-up old timer he claims to be.
We were two artists that relied on each other to get our work done, but we didn’t talk much. Instead, we used music as a tool to communicate.
We moved past familiar patterns and learned to rely on each other’s unique talents in order to successfully complete our creative endeavors.
When one of us would make a request, the other would act out the progression in one word or nod.
We both knew what each of our co-workers needed in order for them to be successful because we had invested ourselves into understanding their individual process.
Are Triple H and William Regal friends?
Triple H and WWE superstar William Regal have had a long-lasting friendship… If you haven’t been aware, Triple H and WWE superstar William Regal have had a long friendship that goes back to their days in WCW
Jon Moxley & Bryan Danielson
Just over two months after Joe Koff resigned from his position of General Manager of WWE, the former NXT General Manager joined AEW and attempted to manage the pairing of Jon Moxley and Bryan Danielson, dubbed the Blackpool Combat Club.
Regal has regularly appeared on the AEW programming since signing, providing commentary during matches involving members of the Blackpool Combat Club, including Moxley, Danielson, Wheeler Yuta and Claudio Castagnoli. He was asked if he knows what is going on in WWE these days.
Why do they call him Triple H?
The name Hunter Hearst Helmsley was created by Levesque. After suggesting the name to Dillon, Levesque patiently waited for management’s approval and finally decided on Hunter Hearst Helmsleys after his suggestion was accepted.
Role of head of creative
Triple H has since assumed the role of head of creative Vince McMahon after allegations that he illegally paid hush money through company money. With Vince’s departure, a new co-CEO was announced, including Vince’s daughter, Stephanie, and Nick Karn.
Regal commented on whether he knew what was happening within WWE, his former employer and promotion.
“I don’t know what’s going on there,” Regal said. “I don’t know because I don’t work there. Other people’s work is not mine.”
Regal and Triple H History Matches
Regal and Triple H fought three times in history. Their first two matches ended with a DQ and the third and final match was a First Blood match on “Monday Night Raw” in 2008, which was won by Triple H