Triple H back on the ring?

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Triple H back on the ring?

Triple H is undoubtedly one of the greatest WWE superstars of all time. He is a 14-time WWE World Champion and in addition to being a great wrestler now holds a key managerial position in the company. However, it should be remembered that Triple H has not yet officially announced his goodbye to wrestling and on rare occasions still wears wrestling boots.

Recently he found himself suddenly replacing Drew McIntyre, who tested positive for Coronavirus, and faced Randy Orton in the Main Event of Monday Night Raw. Triple H currently still has a contract as a wrestler within the company.

A recent document revealed the expiration date of Paul Levesque's contract, better known as Triple H (or maybe The Game). Here are the words: "Paul Levesque has an agreement with WWE that is valid until March 30, 2022 and thereafter can be extended from year to year unless either party (Triple H or company) breaks the agreement and renounces within 90 days.

before the expiration date of the contract. Mr. Levesque is entitled to a one million dollar minimum annual wrestler payment where WWE can use Triple H for live or TV performances and can use merchandise regarding that wrestler."

In a recent interview with Sports Nation, HHH described the ideal setting for his latest match: "I would love to perform again at Madison Square Garden. To tell the truth I'd be happy to do a farewell tour fighting in the major arenas of the world and then play a big final match at Wrestlemania.

It would really be a special epilogue." Currently there is no mention of this possibility but WWE can still use, perhaps in emergency situations, the role of Triple H as a wrestler.


Here's what happened in WWE WrestleMania 37 Night 2, in the PPV held at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida Kickoff:
- Summary of all the feuds of the matches present in Night 2 Main Card:
- Country music star Ashland Craft sang the anthem America The Beautiful.

Single Match:
Randy Orton beats The Fiend Bray Wyatt (w / Alexa Bliss) Women's Tag Team Match for the WWE Women's Tag Team Championships:
Shayna Baszler & Nia Jax beat Natalya & Tamina (Shayna and Nia remain champions) Single Match:
Kevin Owens beats Sami Zayn (w / Logan Paul) - At the end of the match Kevin Owens gives Logan Paul a Stunner to the delight of the audience.

Single Match for the US Championship:
Sheamus beats Matt Riddle (Sheamus new US Champion) Nigerian Drum Fight Match for the Intercontinental Championship:
Apollo Crews beat Big E (Apollo new champion) Women's Match for the Raw Women's Championship:
Rhea Ripley beats Asuka (Rhea is the new champion) Triple Threat Match for the Universal Championship:
Roman Reigns beats Edge and Daniel Bryan (Roman remains Universal champion) Notes from the show
- JBL was at the commentary table in the match between Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens
- Backstage appearances of The Great Khali and Rob Van Dam in a segment with Matt Riddle