WWE News: Backstage Panic on When to Hold Brock Lesnar-Triple H Match

Chris HumphreyCorrespondent IMay 14, 2012

EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ - FEBRUARY 16: Triple H attends a press conference to announce a major international event at MetLife Stadium on February 16, 2012 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Michael N. Todaro/Getty Images)
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Following his attack on Raw SuperShow the night after Extreme Rules, Brock Lesnar and Triple H are all but certain heading into a grudge match at a future pay-per-view event after Lesnar broke the left arm of Triple H, the Chief Operations Officer of the WWE.

The aforementioned grudge match might be taking place much sooner than previously thought after the attack by Lesnar on the Game.

Even though most rumors point to a match at this year's SummerSlam, the details from F4WOnline via WrestlingInc.com on when the two former WWE champions will meet in the ring this summer is still being debated:

"WWE sources indicated this weekend that officials are "in a panic" over the Brock Lesnar vs. Triple H storyline and may move the match to June's No Way Out pay-per-view. The feeling among others is that they need to save the match for SummerSlam and having it in June will be a huge mistake."

Instead of having the match at No Way Out next month, the WWE should stop panicking and hold off on the match until the second-biggest yearly event of the year outside of WrestleMania, SummerSlam.

After Paul Heyman made his return to the WWE as Lesnar's legal adviser, the creative team could certainly play up the current contract dispute through the summer until after Money in the Bank in July so the two superstars can have their match at SummerSlam.

If the WWE does put the Lesnar-Triple H match at No Way Out, they will be wasting a great match on a minor pay-per-view when it should be on the big stage of one of the WWE's premier events under the bright lights of Los Angeles in August.

With the WWE potentially moving up the match between Lesnar and Triple H, it has created a divide. Would fans want to see two former WWE champions face off in a match at the recently returned No Way Out in June or SummerSlam in August?

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