- Vince McMahon withdrew from TKO this week due to the details of his lawsuit
- Triple H took over McMahon's creative duties in 2022
- READ MORE: Lawyer for former WWE employee speaks out against Vince McMahon
After a very successful Royal Rumble, Triple H refused to answer questions about his father-in-law and disgraced former WWE chairman Vince McMahon.
The Game, real name Paul Leveque, the company's head of creative, was asked how much he knew about the sex trafficking allegations against McMahon before the lawsuit came to light this week.
“I choose to focus on the positive.” “Yes, there is some negative, but I choose to focus on the negative,” he replied.
McMahon, 78, initially retired in the summer of 2022 amid a series of sexual misconduct allegations. Six months later, he attempted to return to the company, but Triple H, Vince's daughter Stephanie, and president Nick Khan all voted against his return.
The founder eventually pushed back, but he was never able to retain the all-encompassing power he once had.
Triple H answered questions after WWE's Royal Rumble pay-per-view
Janel Grant (left) has accused Vince McMahon (right) of sex trafficking, among other things
McMahon resigned this week from his role as executive chairman of TKO – the company that founded Endeavor following the $21 billion WWE-UFC merger in September – due to sponsors pulling out of WWE in light of Janel Grant's lawsuit have withdrawn.
Grant accused the 78-year-old billionaire of sex trafficking, claiming that, among other things, he defecated on her head during a threesome.
Grant, who previously agreed to a $3 million settlement in exchange for signing a nondisclosure agreement in 2022, filed a new lawsuit this week against McMahon, the WWE and a former manager.
Triple H married Vince McMahon's daughter Stephanie McMahon and they have three children
In that filing, obtained by , Grant claims that McMahon stopped making payments after the first $1 million installment, and she is now seeking to have that agreement voided.
When asked what WWE will do to make sure all employees feel safe and something like this doesn't happen again, Triple H said it all.
'Everything possible. This is very important to us, a very important topic. So anything is possible.'
When asked if he had read this lawsuit when it went public this week, HHH replied that he had not.
'I did not do it. I think Cody mentioned it. We all found out in real time when you did.'