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Triple H comments on possible WWE returns of Bray Wyatt, Sasha Banks, Braun Strowman

Levesque spoke with Ariel Helwani recently.
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Paul "Triple H" Levesque has commented on the possible WWE returns of several former members of the roster. 

Levesque spoke to Ariel Helwani recently and was asked about the chances of Sasha Banks, Braun Strowman, Bray Wyatt, and the Rock returning to the company. 

When asked about Banks, Levesque responded, "Time will tell. I think in a lot of ways communication breakdowns are terrible. There was a communication breakdown there, for whatever reason. Starting back up that communication is not a difficult process but it can be a process and you have to go through the process. But she's an unbelievably talented woman who can do just about anything she wants, it just comes down to what does she want to do now."

"She's an unbelievable performer that I believe in with everything I have," he continued.

Levesque was also asked about Braun Strowman.

"Braun Strowman, we'll see," he responded. "He's a polarizing person a little bit sometimes in the business but for a guy his size, what he brings to the table, he's an amazing athlete."

"If this is what he wants to do at the highest of levels, then I would like nothing more than to give him another shot," Levesque continued. 

Levesque was also asked about Bray Wyatt returning to WWE. 

"One of the most - I mean this in the best way possible - crazy, creative people I've ever been around. Mind just never stops thinking of creative but it's like being in a whirlwind of stuff. So without the harness and without someone to point the tornado, it's just all over the place. He's a victim of his own mind and creative but I love working with him."

Levesque also commented on The Rock. He noted that he believes Rock wants to return for a big event such as WrestleMania but it's a matter of if doing so works with his schedule. 

"I know somewhere deep inside of him there is that burning thing to go, 'I gotta feel that one more time, gotta get in there one more time because that clock is ticking,'" Levesque said.