Dave Meltzer reported in The Wrestling Observer Newsletter that the feeling is that Triple H will be given a lot more control in the company, simply because of the realistic demands in running both a pro wrestling company and a football league. Triple H has been putting his own team together, which includes Jeremy Borash, who left recently Impact Wrestling to come on board. Meltzer added that there have been others talked about recently to join his team to eventually fill key roles when he is in charge.
PWInsider reported earlier in the week that Vince recently stepped aside to put Triple H in charge of running 205 Live, which explains the different feel of the show the past few weeks. That change, however, was done more to reboot the show as opposed to being a workload issue Vince is having.
The original Cruiserweight Classic concept Triple H did ended up doing well on WWE Network, 205 Live usually struggles to make the top 10 episodes of the week on WWE Network. Vince wanted to make the brand more driven by the characters, including more focus on in-ring work and the original presentation of the talent.