3 legendary WWE Superstars who should retire after WrestleMania 35
WrestleMania is indeed ‘The Grandest Stage of Them All’. It is the place where fables are written, legends are born, and history is made.
WrestleMania has been a place where some of WWE’s most iconic moments have taken place. From Hulk Hogan defeating Andre the Giant at WrestleMania 3, to The Rock and Stone Cold providing an absolute classic at WrestleMania 17, to the high octane Streak vs Career match between Shawn Michaels and the Undertaker at WrestleMania 26, to the brutal Hell in a Cell encounter between Undertaker and Triple H at WrestleMania 28, WrestleMania has indeed been the 'showcase of immortals'.
In this article, let us look at 3 legendary superstars who should retire after WrestleMania 35, and bring down the curtain on their illustrious careers.
#3 Triple H
For over 2 decades, 'The Game' Triple H has been one of the most prominent superstars in WWE. The Game has had feuds with some of the biggest names in the company including the likes of The Undertaker, 'HBK' Shawn Michaels, 'The Beast Incarnate' Brock Lesnar, John Cena, Randy Orton, The Big Show etc.
He has been involved in some of the best storylines of the WWE in the past 2 decades.
The ‘King Of Kings' has a staggering 22 appearances at WrestleMania (second only to The Undertaker).
Triple H now is almost 50 years old and is a pale shadow of his former self. His lackluster performances at WWE Super Show-Down and Crown Jewel have proven that age is catching up with ‘The Game’.
The WWE should book a farewell match at WrestleMania 35 for the legendary superstar and allow him to retire.