Thank You Triple H
Late last year, Triple H had a health scare after a cardiac episode which led to him taking an extended vacation from WWE. The end of his tenure aside Triple H had been a member of the company since 1995 and became one of the longest tenured members of the roster. At the start of his run it wasn't expected that Hunter Hearst Helmsley would become a legend or have the career that he was fortunate to have. For twenty seven years, he called WWE home before he made the move to the company in Connecticut he would spend around a year in WCW before being let go due to roster cuts.
A reign of terror and nearly catching Ric Flair's record being a member of two legendary factions just reads as a few of the accomplishments that Triple H has on career achievement list. A friendship with Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash, and Scott Hall helped propel Triple H up the card to start with and D-Generation X made that happen. To be fair I don't need to retrace the career history of Triple H as most fans are aware of the career history of Triple H.
Triple H brought NXT to the forefront of the wrestling world and really put his wrestling mind on display and how exactly he would run the show when Vince did retire. Triple H gave the fans of WWE something completely different with NXT. Though NXT isn't what Triple H built anymore the legacy of what he built always lives on, because for years it gave fans something we never thought we'd see from WWE. It is odd seeing people I grew up watching retire, but thank you Triple H for the legacy you created and memories you leave behind. Triple H will unquestionably go down as a legend and a future Hall of Famer. Thank you for the Memories!!
Wrestlemania In My Mind: Part Four
The final part of what has been an interesting series for me is laying out Wrestlemania this year in my mind. I've done Wrestlemania Night one so far and part of night two with this being the second half of night two. One part of this series was keeping together some of the previously announced matches for the show. However, the one thing I would change is having the focus of night two around Rousey vs Becky Lynch instead of Rousey vs Charlotte.
Wrestlemania 38 Night Two:
AJ Styles vs Edge is a dream match that has been talked about since Edge returned two years ago and now with time running out it's a now or never situation. Edge is already in the Hall of Fame and before long Styles will be welcomed into the hallowed halls of the WWE Hall of Fame. However, this is a match we never thought we'd see and are now being treated to another dream match at Wrestlemania. Styles should grab the victory.
Sami Zayn is by far one of the most entertaining parts of WWE television and has been for years at this point. With the questions around his contract last year the company has raised his stock trusting him in a featured match on the biggest event of the year. I'd take things in a different route. Cameron Grimes is still one of the most well liked stars in NXT and could take trip to the main roster for a match with Sami. Think about Grimes eliminating Sami at Royal Rumble and going from there with feud between a top NXT star and someone who deserves a chance to rise up the card without winning a title. Sami of course wins
One match I would be interested to see and believe that these women deserve to be featured on there own is Bianca Belair vs Asuka. The latter has missed a number of months with a shoulder injury and may or may not be factored into Wrestlemania. In my case she is as she deserves to be and could have a fresh feud with one of the top women in the promotion as she begins to rehab her momentum after being gone for so long. Asuka returning as heel would be a nice change and help the division especially winning against Belair at Wrestlemania.
In my opinion, not much needs to be said about the history between Becky Lynch and Ronda Rousey except I believe there is more history between these women then there is between Rousey and Charlotte. Becky is still the only women in the company to defeat Ronda Rousey and that has never been contested a rematch never announced. Until now Rousey was a good choice to win the Rumble as it was a surprise to see her back. Rousey will likely have another run much like her last trip within the company. Rousey will become the new women's champion.
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