Reactions from wrestlers for Triple H's retirement



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Reactions from wrestlers for Triple H's retirement

In the last few hours, nothing has been said about the retirement of the WWE multiple world champion Triple H, the COO of the most famous company in the world of pro-wrestling, the Stamford federation, after his latest health problem, which had led him to suffer heart surgery just a few months ago.

After weeks and months of silence, with the Triple's medical situation always being kept quiet enough by family and company, with fans, insiders and friends who were quite oblivious to his health, in the end it was the athlete himself to confirm that unfortunately he will never fight again, due to a fairly serious heart problem, which at the moment leads him to have a defibrillator installed in his chest, to avoid problems that can even lead to death.

In his latest interview aired on ESPN's televisions, on US TVs last night, Triple H wanted to confirm that his retirement is now final, with the nature of this announcement being obviously official.

Triple H retires and friends, fans and colleagues greet him in their own way

Not even a few minutes after the announcement of HHH in front of ESPN cameras and fans from all over the world had already clogged the social pages of all the largest networks in the world, with numerous well-known faces from the world of entertainment and WWE, first of all , who wanted to pay homage to the great career of the best known Triple of all the rings in the world, including former colleagues now in AEW.

The following are just some of the thousands of messages sent to the address of Stephanie McMahon's husband, who with this last step closes a career that only very few others can boast of having had after over 20 years of hard work in the ring.

of the McMahon company. His colleagues and his guys from NXT, who wanted to pay homage to him, not for a farewell but only for a goodbye of course, but he will no longer be in the ring of the company, at least not as a fighter.

Ric Flair: "John Cena doesn't need WWE"

One of the universally known faces of the Stamford company of the last twenty years is undoubtedly that of John Cena, multiple world champion and secondary of the McMahon company, who for years has been the face of the entire company, with Johnny Boy who has practically traveled the whole world to make WWE and its storylines known.

In all his years of unfinished career, John Cena has been the absolute workaholic of the Stamford company, with Vince McMahon who has used him for years in his storylines and in his most important matches, making him even unpleasant and hated by many.

members of the WWE Universe, who could no longer stand his being a superhero, in every context and in every way. The fact that he never made a turn heel, according to the fans of the company, would have led the character of John Cena to remain stale and boring for years, with his abandonment from the scenes, to continue his career as a Hollywood actor, which instead it brought him closer to the WWE public and made him very famous even to those few who still did not know him, a bit like what happened with The Rock years before, even if he has always been loved.

In the last episode of his very personal podcast called Wooooo Nation Uncensored, the two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair, wanted to have his say about a possible appearance of John Cena in the 38th edition of Wrestlemania, which will air in less one month.

According to Charlotte Flair's father, WWE would not need its Chain Gang leader, especially since Cena is very busy with cinema at the moment. To the microphones of his speech, Flair said in fact: "No, WWE doesn't need Cena ...

I mean, I'd like to see John but I don't think he serves, no. John is so busy with Hollywood projects now that things are going really well. He is in South America at the moment and will be for a couple of months. This would be a great sacrifice and a big stop when you start recording as a full-time actor."

According to the Nature Boy, therefore, by now John Cena would have embarked on his career in the world of world cinema in a complete way, not being able to go back for do not lose the fame acquired with so many sacrifices When will we see Johnny Boy in the WWE rings now?