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Batman: "At the risk of sounding conceited, young lady, we're not just anyone."—Batman (ABC)
Adam West's portrayal of Batman is comparable to many WWE superstars, with his arrogant, condescending personality that is quite hard to root for.
There are elements of John Cena, Damien Sandow and Chris Jericho in Batman, but in regards to the entire package, few possess all his mannerisms the way Triple H does.
Triple H's status as a WWE businessman has recently been given a massive shot in the arm after his role was largely credited in Bruno Sammartino entering into this year's Hall of Fame, and similarly, Bruce Wayne is also held with the utmost regard.
However, reports of Triple H's politics have damaged his reputation over the years, with particular rumours of him burying other wrestlers becoming fairly prominent.
Bruce Wayne seems to be adored by all that encounter him, but who is to say that Robin, Batgirl and Alfred all wouldn't want to put him in his place.
This is a man that knows about the Indian Fakir command, Rassi Seedha Rucko, and is not afraid to rub it in your face that you don't.
In regards to on screen confrontations, "The Game" ended up evolving into one of pro wrestling's greatest ever heels, earning the nickname "The Cerebral Assassin" due to his ruthless, intelligent and vindictive nature.
While Batman would struggle in a fist fight with Triple H, he has no qualms completely degrading all around him, with Robin presumably inconsolable in the show's deleted scenes from the abuse his mentor gives him.
In that respect, Batman is as brutal as they come. Not to mention that he can throw a mean air punch that draws a colourful "Biff" whenever it connects with a villain. Impressive is not the word.
Both Batman and Triple H are beloved, but it's hard not to feel a little joy when things don't go their way, and therefore "The Game" would be perfect to play the role of the "Caped Crusader."
With John Cena at his side as Robin, that is one Christmas edition of Raw I would actually enjoy seeing.
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