Triple H is said to have more exciting plans up his sleeve when it comes to surprises on WWE TV.
To his credit, the quality of WWE shows has dramatically improved since Triple H was appointed as Head of Creative in the final week of July.
A lot of that can be put down to the returns of several ex-WWE stars, including Johnny Gargano, Braun Strowman and Dakota Kai.
Triple H’s exciting plans for WWE
Fans online have speculated that Triple H may have no more big surprises left, but recent reports has actually claimed the opposite.
Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer is reporting that Triple H has more surprises up his sleeve, presumably with regards to talent coming into WWE.
The most interesting and potentially the most exciting part of the report is the line from Meltzer that Triple H is planning for names that fans aren’t even speaking about right now.
We were told that Paul Levesque has some surprises coming who are not people being talked about
This obviously opened up the door for fans to speculate about who exactly WWE could be bringing back, with many fans continuing to be excited about the future of the company under ‘The Game’.
Who else is going to return to WWE?
As noted, the surprises that Triple H has in store, at least if the aformentioned report is to be believed, are not concerning people that fans are talking about.
So, who on earth could Triple H be bringing back to WWE now?
Well, Meltzer is unlikely to be talking about Bray Wyatt, Sasha Banks and Naomi, all of whom fans and the media have discussed quite heavily when it comes to WWE returns.
Since this report was released, names such as Nia Jax, Tegan Nox, Oney Lorcan, Tyler Breeze and John Morrison have been thrown about, but only time will tell when it comes to who else HHH is bringing back.
Latest news on several WWE returns
One name that we know won’t be returning to WWE is Velveteen Dream, despite intense speculation to the contrary.
Over the last few weeks, it’s been rumoured that Dream could be returning to WWE under Triple H, but a new report from Fightful’s Sean Ross Sapp has revealed that the speculation is wide of the mark.
The report, which you can read more about by clicking here, explains that WWE does not have any interest in bringing Dream back, viewing it as nothing short of a “PR nightmare”.
Speaking of returns, it has been reported by the Wrestling Observer that Bray Wyatt’s return talks to WWE stalled with regards to finances, which you can find out more about by also clicking here.