It was advertised by the WWE that Triple H would return to in-ring action during the road to Wrestlemania. On Friday, a live event was held in Buffalo, New York where the Game finally showed up with his in-ring gears. This marked his very first outing in the ring ever since last year’s Mania.

There were no confirmations about his partners or opponents scheduled on the night until the show began. It turned out to be a six-man Tag Team match, where the Triple H teamed up with Kevin Owens and Samoa Joe.

Another surprise was stored for the crowd when the opponent team showed up. It was none other than Finn Balor who stood in the ring with Sami Zayn and the United States champion, Chris Jericho. The face team picked up the win with a returning Balor standing tall.

It was good to see the Demon King back into action. The appearance indicated that WWE doctors have finally cleared him to feature into an in-ring competition. However, it is still not clear whether he will back on Raw, prior to Wrestlemania.

At this point, it is being speculated that Seth Rollins’ Wrestlemania appearance is in serious jeopardy. He is trying hard with all the rehab processes. But if by chance, he can’t make it there then the WWE would replace The Architect with Balor. This is why he is being kept in reserve.

Last night also marked the first-ever match for Chris Jericho as a babyface in a long time. Ever since Kevin Owens attacked him on Raw, he was out of action.

His match with Owens at Wrestlemania is confirmed by the WWE upon which, he is likely to take a short hiatus due to his outside commitments. Jericho is set to perform with his band, Fozzy during the entire summer.

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