Triple H did not take part in the latest episode of Monday Night Raw having tested positive for COVID-19. According to the latest rumors, Road Dogg was tasked with overseeing the show in Triple H.
Triple H's health after COVID-19: the latest news
The well-known Fightful Select portal reported that Triple H is feeling fine and that Raw's script was completed on Sunday night.
The episode attracted 1,803,000 spectators and scored 0.50 in the 18 to 49-year-old demographic. WWE is warming up ahead of Crown Jewel, the highly anticipated event that will take place on November 5 in Saudi Arabia.
Triple H didn't take part in the latest episode of Raw for COVID-19
The highlight of the show will be the challenge between Logan Paul and Roman Reigns, the undisputed leader of the company for a couple of years.
Former WWE manager Dutch Mantell has no doubts about how it will end: "The Tribal Chief should have an easy time, barring sensational surprises. I believe WWE's goal is to show Logan and Saudi Arabia is the ideal context. At the same time, WWE cannot allow such an inexperienced athlete to beat the iconic face of the company.
A win for Paul would mean Roman had a fight with Triple H or asked for some time off." Triple H became the new head of the creative team following the departure of Vince McMahon. The 14-time world champion announced his retirement from wrestling wrestling just this year and greeted the WWE Universe at WrestleMania 38 'Night Two'
The Game appeared on Raw last week to celebrate 25 years since the birth of D-Generation X along with his great friends X-Pac, Shawn Michaels and Road Dogg. HHH immediately gave its creative touch to the shows, restoring serenity to the environment and favoring the return to the company of several stars who had been released. Hunter even brought Bray Wyatt back to WWE, whose departure shocked fans and insiders alike.