Triple H: Corny Promos Make Aftermath of Game's Loss Worse Than Match Itself
I know Triple H is a legend, but these horribly corny promos from Shawn Michaels, and still shots that should have a born and end date are about to make me barf.
The WWE is selling the Game's second broken arm in a matter of months, and they are also selling the savage nature of Brock Lesnar. But do we really need the I Love You, Man speeches from HBK?
There's laying it on thick, and then there's smothering it. This is obviously an example of the latter.
The match itself was like watching two guys play WWE' 12 that only know how to use punches and kicks.
The amount of wrestling maneuvers—or even exciting hardcore attacks—were at a bare minimum. The crowd was eerily quiet, and that awkward moment before boos are heard visited us on more than one occasion during SummerSlam's main event.
The best thing about the match was that Lesnar won it cleanly. It was the right way to put him over again with fans. Had he lost another main event, the big bad monster wouldn't have looked so bad.
Triple H is a legend, and one that was supposedly retired. He didn't need to win to stay the formidable presence that he is.
But along the same train of thought, we don't need these overly sentimental accounts and reminders of what Triple H has accomplished. His heyday is not so long ago that he needs to have tributes done in his honor.
The guy isn't dead—in real life or in a work.
I sincerely hope we're spared Hunter Hearst Hemsley pep rally, because I'm all cried out.
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