Kevin Owens has now been listed by Triple H as a babyface on WWE’s internal roster, at least if reports are to be believed.
When Vince McMahon retired from WWE in July and Triple H assumed his creative roles, fans were left excited about the future of the wrestling company.
Fans were quick to speculate about which WWE Superstars could benefit the most from the major leadership changes, with Kevin Owens being one of the names brought up the most.
How has Triple H booked Kevin Owens so far?
Over the last few weeks, fans have noticed that KO feels more invigorated, both with regards to his promos and his in-ring.
In fact, after cutting a fantastic promo during this week’s episode of Raw, which you can read more about by clicking here, fans online have dubbed Owens as one of the best performers in the world right now.
Kevin has also been placed in a loose feud with The Bloodline, as he sets his sights on beating Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.
So, while he’s done nothing major over the last few weeks, there are clear signs that Triple H has big plans in store for KO, which will come as music to the ears of fans of the former Universal Champion.
What plans does Triple H have for Kevin Owens in the future?
Owens was a heel during the final portion of Vince McMahon’s WWE run, but Triple H wants, according to reports, to position him as a babyface instead.
WWE has an internal roster, essentially to track the status of its talent, and Owens has been shifted over to the babyface side of things now, according to PWInsider.
WWE has officially moved Kevin Owens to the babyface side of their internal Raw roster.
Interestingly, the report notes that the shift took place this week, so it seems like Triple H has finally made his mind up and decided to stop Owens from being a heel again.
Although a match between Roman Reigns and Owens is expected to happens, fans are more excited about a potential tag team clash between Owens and Sami Zayn and The Usos.
Zayn is currently aligned with The Bloodline, but for weeks now fans have speculated that WWE could have him reunite with Owens to eventually take the Undisputed Tag Team titles off The Usos.
However, as we’ve covered, reports from the Wrestling Observer state that a match between Reigns and Owens is slated to happen for WWE’s top titles, just not in Saudi Arabia on November 5, which you can read more about by clicking here.