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What's Next for Triple H?

adam smereckiCorrespondent IMay 31, 2016

Wrestlemania is now in the books, and for the most part it went well.

Triple H and Randy Orton had the daunting task of topping the HBK/Undertaker match. This task was nearly impossible. Not to mention the crowd was just not into the match.

With Backlash now on the horizon, the feud between Triple H and Orton is stale, and a six-man tag match won't save it with the WWE championship seeming like an afterthought. The Orton/Triple H angle would have been just fine without a title on the line.

What's next for Triple H?

Let's just say (for the sake of argument) Randy Orton wins the title at Backlash, Batista would be the next choice to challenge for the title. Before Batista was injured, he was feuding with Orton anyway. Triple H is now left without a storyline.

There is no doubt Triple H draws ratings, whether he is the champ or not, but an interesting opponent might help. Cena and Triple H has been done, HBK and Triple H has been done, heck even Edge has been done.

Who does this leave to oppose Triple H?

One man...The Undertaker.

The Undertaker may be retiring this year and a major feud with Triple H is the next logical choice. As we know there are still three top dogs in the WWE.

The Undertaker, Triple H, and Shawn Michaels.

The Undertaker/HBK match is now in the past. The road to Wrestlemania 26 has Triple H vs. The Undertaker written all over it.

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