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Triple H Injury: Updates on WWE Star's Arm

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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Richard LangfordCorrespondent IApril 7, 2013

Facing a WWE retirement if he lost, Triple H took down Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 29, but it apparently did not come without a price. 

It appears that Triple H suffered an arm injury. The cameras caught Triple H in the training room getting his arm examined. Ringside Xcess brings us up to speed with this tweet:

CapshunsInJail also provided a picture of Triple H with his left arm on the table:

This isn't the first time Triple H has suffered arm woes after an encounter with Lesnar. Triple H twice suffered a broken arm by the hands of a kimura from Lesnar in the past.

It is unclear how Triple H injured his arm, but there were numerous kimuras during the match. However, it could have occurred at a variety of moments in this brutal match. 

The early going of this showdown featured Triple H getting chucked around, and he even wound up going through a table. At one point, Shawn Michaels had to come out of the corner to help save Triple H. 

This no DQ bout also featured plenty of use of chairs and sledgehammers. 

Triple H attempted several times to end this match with the kimura, but Lesnar was not having it. Ultimately, Triple H found more success with a pedigree.

After a good whack with the sledgehammer, Triple H delivered a pedigree onto the steps and then pinned Lesnar for a three count.

This match didn't contain the excitement of the Undertaker vs. CM punk, but it was a solid and entertaining match—Triple H proved that, beyond a doubt, he is still a world entertainer and wrestler. 

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