WWE: Report of Strife Between Triple H, Vince McMahon About Possible Heel Turn

Travis Smith@TravisLeeSmith2Analyst IISeptember 6, 2012

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According to Wrestling Observer (h/t WrestleZone.com), there has been some tension between Vince McMahon and Triple H over a potential heel turn for "The Game."

Triple H was arguably the best heel the WWE had between 1999 and 2005. He would take out the top guys with the sledgehammer and not give a damn about anyone but himself.

Today's version of "The Game" does not have that same attitude and aggression after he was put back in DX with Shawn Michaels in June of 2006, thus becoming a babyface. It seems that WWE doesn't have the idea in the plans anytime soon.


My Thoughts on Triple H Heel Turn

Triple H is still one of the top guys in the company and can still be in a spot to put over talent like Undertaker and Brock Lesnar. Triple H has done everything there is to do in WWE, so when it comes to his persona, why not introduce a throwback version to the younger generation that didn't get to witness "The Game" in his prime?

Now, I would not suggest doing it in the near future. It would almost make no sense trying to push him as a heel when Lesnar is a bigger draw as the destroyer heel right now. I believe that a heel turn should happen on the road to WrestleMania. That is the time that most fans tune into the product, so why not get the wrestling world buzzing at the right time?

There are several guys that Triple H has not gotten a chance to work with in his career, but I believe that there is one talent that could bring out the best in a heel Triple H. That man would be none other than Sheamus.

I know they have feuded before, but why not try a reversal of roles? I think putting Sheamus over would give him the status as the top babyface on SmackDown and could lead to some major possibilities for him, perhaps on RAW.

WWE, listen to what I am going to say. Turn Triple H heel and allow him to be the "The Game," because he draws ratings and can still get the job done inside of the ring.