Paul "Triple H" Levesque was back at the WWE Performance Center on Wednesday.
John Pollock of Post Wrestling reports that Levesque was in Orlando, Florida on Wednesday and spoke at the Performance Center. Pollock notes that -- according to the people he's heard from -- Levesque stated that he's "back," but it's unclear what that means.
"According to multiple sources, Paul Levesque was in Orlando today and spoke at the Performance Center," Pollock tweeted.
"Of the people I heard from, Levesque stated 'he's back' - it is unknown what that entails but that was the wording I was given."
Bryan Alvarez confirmed Pollock's report on Wednesday's edition of Wrestling Observer Live. Alvarez notes that Levesque said during the meeting that he "was there for business reasons and he couldn't say why yet."
Levesque was previously in charge of NXT until shortly before last September's NXT 2.0 rebrand.
Levesque is WWE's executive vice president of global talent strategy and development. After going through a life-threatening health scare due to heart issues last year, Levesque announced this March that he was back working in the WWE office. Levesque said that he would have to take a little bit of a step back from his usual workload while recovering.
Levesque also announced this March that, due to his heart issues, he's now retired from in-ring competition.