Being Chief Operating Officer of a corporation undergoing a revenue stream shift with low employee morale is really difficult. However, if you're Triple H, and the company is World Wrestling Entertainment, you're in luck. There's some obvious folks at fault worth pointing an accusatory finger in the direction of, and luckily (for him), "The Game" would be completely justified in getting pissed off. WWE's problems may be many, but when assessing blame, those worthy of having that blame assigned are few. While some may want to look at the mid-card or a now released talent as an issue, the *actual* problems in WWE are actually much higher up the card. For literally the last decade, WWE has engaged in a level of mismanagement that maybe isn't as bad as what bankrupted World Championship Wrestling, but maybe it's as bad as say, Blackberry phones having to pare down their offerings and broad-scale profile for a few years, trim some fat, and then turn a seemingly sudden profit. There's some obvious "fat" that is (or has) been employed by WWE, and if Triple H can't necessarily fire all ten of these people, then it's likely totally permissible for him to just get really pissed off at them instead.