Triple H has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Sports Legacy Institute, the non-profit organization announced on Friday. Former WWE star, who is the co-founder and executive director of the Sports Legacy Institute, Christopher Nowinski, commented.
“We are thrilled to welcome Paul Levesque to our Board of Directors,” said Christopher Nowinski, Co-Founder and Executive Director of the Sports Legacy Institute. “As an athlete himself, Paul is familiar with the risks associated with concussions. As an executive, Paul has made it a priority to protect WWE’s performers through education and awareness, as well as preventative measures and world-class medical care.”
Hunter said the appointment is an honor.
“It is an honor to join the Board of Directors at SLI to support the important work they do in the field of concussion management and prevention,” said Levesque. “This work benefits athletes of all ages and skill levels, from high school to collegiate to professional sports, as well as many others, including members of our military.”
Triple H currently oversees WWE's Talent Wellness Program and Professional Development as part of his executive role in the company.
Dot com has the complete press release at this link.
Richard Reacts: Things have certainly changed. Remember this? It's good to see WWE taking concussion management seriously and they should be commended for that.