WWE News: Alternative Planning For Triple H At Wrestlemania
The planning around Triple H for Wrestlemania season was intact ever since he turned on his protégé, Seth Rollins after last year’s Summerslam. The feud between the two of them was set culminate in a match at the grandest stage of them all. However, that was until Rollins suffered severe concussions at the hands of Samoa Joe, who made a major impact upon his debut on the main roster.
As per WWE’s medical reports, Rollins torn his MCL and will miss at least eight weeks of action. This has put the already planned match at Wrestlemania in serious jeopardy and also Triple H’s wrestling future as well. We reported earlier that the Game is keen on an in-ring appearance at the 33rd edition of the showcase of immortals and hence some backup planning is in place for him.
The WWE arranged an emergency meeting to come up with the possible options that would fill the void created by Rollins.
As reported by PWInsider.com, the first name that the creative has come up with is Shane McMahon.
This match has all the potential to be a money match if the storyline is right. There’s always a family tension in the backdrop which the audience always loves to see. The only problem here is to create a conflict between the two of them since they have not crossed paths after the brand split. They belong to the different brand as well.
Furthermore, cagesideseats.com suggests that the second name is none other than of Samoa Joe. If no options come to fruition then Joe might lock horns with the man that hired him to destroy Rollins.
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