Scott Hall thinks Triple H would make a major change to raw when he takes over. WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall has been out of wrestling for almost a full decade, save for his appearance at WrestleMania 31 for the New World Order. But Hall (also known as Razor Ramon during his first run with WWE), continues to follow the product closely to this day.
Recently, Hall appeared on the CW Podcast to talk about his thoughts on the WWE right now. According to Wrestling Inc (via Ewrestlingnews.com), Hall believes that Monday Night Raw will see a major change if Triple H takes over for the company.
"I think if it was up to Paul [Levesque], he would go back to one-hour TV because it leaves you wanting more. But, I mean, things are what they are....Don’t get me wrong, I respect Paul, I respect Triple H, and he [has] done some things. He’s the right guy for the job. He doesn’t sleep. He’s just like Vince. He’s a cyborg."
Hall added that he believes NXT is the "hottest show" because it's only 60 minutes long, while also does well in rating because SmackDown it's only two hours. Hall also believes the three-hour program for Raw is far too long (which most of us can probably agree on).
There's no doubting how much more entertaining NXT and SmackDown are with their limited time. For Monday Night Raw, too much time is wasted with pointless backstage segments and/or promos.
With Triple H essentially running the show with his father-in-law, the expectation is he'll take over fully when Vince McMahon steps down (or passes away). There's no doubting he'd bring major changes, but he can't do it on his own as McMahon continues to have the final say in all decisions.
Would Triple H really cut Raw down to 120 or 60 minutes? Hall seems to think it's in the folds. But that's a long while away from happening if it ever does.