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WWE Women’s Champion Bayley has commented on Triple H running creative, revealing her level of creative input in Damage CTRL.

When Bayley made her WWE return at SummerSlam 2022, she revealed an alliance with Dakota Kai and IYO SKY which was later named Damage CTRL.
The group has changed a lot since its inception, with Asuka and Kairi Sane joining the stable before Bayley left the group ahead of WrestleMania 40.

Speaking with Cultaholic, Bayley noted that she sees Damage CTRL as a team effort. Noting that the members had a lot of input in the group, she said:
“I would not be taking credit for it because it was a team effort. And it was an idea from the top and everything. But I can proudly say that we had a lot of input in that and a lot of our emotions because it was real to me now.
“It is still real where it’s this faction that I brought together was a baby of mine and something that I’ve always wanted to do and when it started to fall apart it was hard for me not to get emotional about it and it was hard for me to not want it to…I didn’t want it to happen. It was very real to me.”

Happy with Triple H overseeing the WWE creative team, she added:
“With Triple H taking over. It’s been such an awesome way like we’ve been able to communicate with him. He’s always out by the ring, his doors always open, his ears always open, and his phone’s always on. It’s been great to be able to bounce ideas back and forth.
“And like you could trust him even if he doesn’t go with something that you suggest. You know he has the right idea…He has your best interests at heart. I trust the process, and I’m so loyal to this journey, and it was the best.”

Another WWE star echoed a similar sentiment after revealing they chose to re-sign with the company, which you can read more about right here.
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