WWE News: Triple H Indicates Of Retiring From In-ring Competition
Without a doubt, Triple H is one of the most trusted shoulders of WWE. Over the years, he has not only shown his ruthlessness as an in-ring performer but also maintained the corporate persona, so well.
Whenever WWE comes up with some bigger PPVs, he transitions to a wrestler for one night and then goes back to don his suited avatar which is a pretty hectic job.
Now that his age is growing, Triple H must be thinking of an appropriate time and place to hang up his boots for good so that he can concentrate on his official job only.
The same has been hinted in a recent discussion as he indirectly hinted the same. He is not a young man, anymore who can have amazing matches inside the ring.
During a recent teleconference call while promoting Sunday’s NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool II, the WWE Hall of Famer teased the idea of retiring from in-ring competition.
Being a man, aged 50, he thinks that he won’t be able to hang with today’s talent. Although he would love to compete against them, it would simply not be fair considering their quickness.
He honestly confessed to not being able to wrestle with the same strength as he used to do in his younger days. Below is what Triple H said:
“Sometimes I look at the talent and I think, oh man, if I was 25 and could step in the ring with them – but then the reality quickly comes back to me. ‘You’re not 25 and you can’t do that!’
The business evolves, and in some way – I look at it, from a storytelling standpoint, that’s what we’re sort of teaching them and that comes from experience. But the physicality of it and the things that a lot of talent are able to do – I couldn’t do that anyway!”
In 2019, The Game competed in two matches. The first one happened at WrestleMania 35 against Batista in a No Holds Barred contest.
Then the second match happened at WWE Super ShowDown back in June 2019, where he lost to Randy Orton. We should note both these matches were against his contemporaries and not against any youngster.
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