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5 Superstars who can end Triple H's career

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Who will be responsible for the very shocking 'Game Over' moment?

Triple H is reaching the end of his legendary run

Few people have had the career that Triple H has in the professional wrestling business. Moving from WCW to WWE, just before they hit their stride and began to overtake McMahon in the race for rating’s supremacy; and thereafter being buried in the infamous ‘MSG Curtain Call’, nobody believed that Triple H would last as long as he did.

But the fact remains that Triple H is still an active performer, with his elaborate entrances being an integral part of every single Wrestlemania. But even legends cannot go on forever, and we know that Triple H is reaching the end of what has been a Hall-Of-Fame worthy run in sports entertainment. 

It’s known that Triple H thinks old school, and would put over an upcoming star in his last match. His close friend, the legendary vocalist of Motorhead - Lemmy used to joke about how he didn’t want to watch Triple H’s matches because he would lose them all.

In doing so, Triple H would put over younger talent on the biggest stage of them all and help them get the push they needed, for their own careers. We’ve shortlisted 5 names who would benefit from ending Triple H’s career.


#5 Brock Lesnar 

The Beast is fast running out of opponents

Yes, we’ve seen this match before. But a career vs career match between probably the two biggest WWE superstars is something that will be big news indeed. It is quite certain that Lesnar has been on an undefeated streak of terror for a while now, which took a hit after Goldberg destroyed him at Survivor Series.

To garner even more monster heat, Lesnar could be the man to retire Triple H. We know that Paul Heyman will definitely be able to milk the program to best fit Lesnar’s career in the future. And considering that Lesnar too will probably lose to someone who needs the rub, an NXT superstar out to avenge his mentor Triple H could benefit from the result.

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