Backstage reports on WWE and Triple H maintain strong interest in signing famous 20-time champion

An update has surfaced regarding the recent reports about Triple H and other top officials showing a strong desire to sign Tama Tonga, a prominent wrestler from NJPW, after they were initially made earlier this year.

Over the past ten years, the 40-year-old wrestler has gained significant recognition in Japan, earning a prominent reputation. Particularly noteworthy is Tama Tonga’s vital role within the renowned group known as Bullet Club.

Triple H interested in Tama Tonga

In a report by Dave Meltzer in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter concerning Tama Tonga’s potential signing with WWE, it was stated that “there has been talk about it for some time.”

Should Tama Tonga decide to transition to World Wrestling Entertainment, he would find himself surrounded by a plethora of past allies, including Finn Balor, AJ Styles, and Cody Rhodes.

Chelsea Green recently contacted The Game

After assuming the role of head of creative in July 2022, Triple H has reinstated several wrestlers who were previously released under the previous leadership. In a recent interview on the Out of Character podcast, Chelsea Green, who made an unexpected comeback at the 2023 Royal Rumble, shared the details of how her return to WWE materialized.

“I texted him [Triple H], and I said, ‘I want my job back,’ and he said, ‘Okay, call me,’ and I was shocked. I want to go back to WWE. My story is not finished. He said on that phone call, ‘I absolutely would love to have you back. Just tell me when’s a good time for you to start,’” she said.

Subsequently, she emphasized the importance of not feeling ashamed or hesitant to express desires and requests.

“At the end of the day, why are we embarrassed to ask for things? I will never understand that. I have asked to work for WWE probably 100 times, and I am not embarrassed about that one bit,” she added.

In addition to Chelsea Green, a multitude of superstars including Braun Strowman, Bray Wyatt, Dakota Kai, and Karrion Kross have made their way back to the company during Triple H’s tenure.

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