Since Paul “Triple H” Levesque took over the WWE Universe and officially became the promotion's new CCO, there have been a ton of new additions to the promotion, some of them familiar faces, some of them charismatic former college athletes, and others still who worked their way up the ranks of the indies until they found a new, long-term home in the biggest wrestling promotion in the world.

Of the performers who fall in the final camp, few have been as impactful as Jacob Fatu, the former MLW Champion who hasn't even been an official member of The Bloodline for even a week but has already broken two of Cody Rhodes' ribs and taken out the tag team R-KO.

Discussing what Fatu brings to the table in a special appearance on The Pat McAfee Show, Triple H put over the “Samoan Werewolf” in a major way, calling him a “game changer” and solidifying that if you don't know his name by now, you really should get acquainted.

“When you talk about ‘Tribal Chief,' you're talking about Roman Reigns, no matter who lays claim to that now. You see the Bloodline carrying on. You see Solo putting himself out there as the ‘Tribal Chief.' You see Tama Tonga and Tonga Loa coming in. You see those guys starting to run wild. Then, the game changer happens of Jacob Fatu coming in,” Triple H declared on The Pat McAfee Show via Fightful.

“He's a game changer. You very clearly see that shift of ‘we're running the show now. This is the new ‘Tribal Chief.' This is the new ‘Head of the Table.' That's only going to last so long before there is a return. Let's hope that Heyman's nerves can take it. He looks like he's on his very last nerve. It's an exciting time. That is ramping up big, and they're starting to go after Cody Rhodes and the WWE Title.”

While the addition of Tama Tonga and Tonga Loa felt like a big deal to fans of WWE, few performers have emerged out of nowhere and made such an immediate, incredible impact as Fatu, looking like the sort of dominant in-ring force the likes of which The Bloodline hasn't had on television since the actual “Tribal Chief” called SmackDown his home show. If WWE wants to pivot from Solo Sikoa to make Fatu into the sort of monster capable of a Brock Lesnar-esque push, they are doing a very good job of making the “Samoan Werewolf” look like the sort of performer that even the “American Nightmare” would struggle to overcome.

Triple H promises a brand new RAW when it lands on Netflix.

Elsewhere on The Pat McAfee Show, Paul “Triple H” Levesque commented on RAW‘s move to Netflix, and how much it will change the promotion heading into the future.

Example 1: how will cursing be handled?

“We spend large chunks of our time every day, when we’re not thinking about business at hand now, we’re thinking about those moments, so in the fall, as the shows shift around, and once we get to Netflix, Netflix is a completely different animal. Streaming service: how are commercials gonna work? How are breaks gonna work? What’s the length of time? What are the restrictions? What are not restrictions?” Triple H explained via WrestleZone.

“Right now, just as an example of us being on FOX, if the crowd chants ‘Holy s**t,’ or something much worse, they just take that audio. Sometimes, they take the picture and the audio off, and it’s just black screen. The Rock comes in, and you sorta kinda can’t tell The Rock what to do, right? What are we gonna tell him? So he does what he does, but we won’t have those issues with Netflix. The ability to be live globally, the ability to have everything seen all at once everywhere, it’s a game-changing moment. I think, in many ways, not to disparage other partners because we want to be everywhere, but that’s sort of where the world is heading is streaming services.

“You see the NFL sticking their toe in the water, NBA, every sport is. I think that’s why this Netflix was, for us, so game-changing. I think everybody’s gonna be watching us in January, especially those other sports. From a business side, they’re gonna be watching to see what we do, what we do differently, and how that’s received.”

Whoa, is RAW going to turn into ECW, with blood, cursing, and death matches galore? No, probably not, but if a “holy s**t” doesn't get censored and a performer can occasionally drop an F-Bomb to really make a point? Well, that sounds like a massive win not just for the promotion and the wrestlers but for the fans too, who largely want to see the program as raw and uncut as possible.