WWE: How Brock Lesnar vs. Triple H at WrestleMania 29 Could Be Interesting
We are currently on the road to WrestleMania 29 and the pieces are starting to fall into place. Storylines are beginning, which will lead up to the matches we will get at the biggest WWE event of the year.
Ever since Brock Lesnar returned the day after WrestleMania 28, speculation began over who his opponent would be at the next WrestleMania.
Lesnar has been involved in feuds with John Cena and Triple H this year. His contest against Triple H at SummerSlam was the last time we saw either Lesnar or Triple H in a match.
Now one potential match that is being rumored (per Rant Sports) for WrestleMania 29 is Brock Lesnar vs. Triple H. If that is true, you can characterize it as "been there, done that." And with a potential Rock vs. Cena rematch, this could be dangerously repetitive.
So how exactly could a rematch between Lesnar and The Game be fresh, exciting and interesting? By throwing the Shield and D-Generation X into the fire.
According to WrestleZone.com, DX could be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this year. Not only would this add to an already stacked Hall of Fame class, it would also create an opportunity for a DX reunion in the ring.
Lesnar returned on Raw on January 28 just as Vince McMahon was about to fire Paul Heyman for his connection with Brad Maddox and the Shield.
He delivered an F-5 to McMahon and broke his pelvis. Lesnar is now back to his destructive ways and will need to try and be stopped by Triple H again.
Lesnar could get the upper hand in the feud with the help of Paul Heyman and the Shield. Triple H could be outnumbered and in need of some backup. That backup would come from one of his old faction.
Before Lesnar and Triple H's match at SummerSlam, Lesnar broke Shawn Michaels' arm with a kimura lock. This could help tie HBK into the storyline as well.
Lesnar and Triple H's match at WrestleMania could be some sort of no-disqualification match, which opens the door for the Shield and DX to interfere and be involved. It also could be a retirement match, where the loser is forced to retire.
The WWE can never get enough DX, so this is a way to have the Shield involved at WrestleMania 29 while also keeping a rematch between Triple H and Lesnar from being boring.
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