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Report: Original SummerSlam Plans for Triple H

Source: WWE.com
Source: WWE.com
Daniel Van BoomAnalyst IIAugust 13, 2013

Triple H appointed himself special guest referee on the go-home edition of Monday Night Raw.

It remains to be seen how he’ll effect the outcome of the match, but a report from F4Wonline (via wrestlinginc.com) states that a big angle was originally planned for The Game.

Warning: potential spoilers below.

WWE had been planning on Stephanie McMahon and Triple H turning heel at SummerSlam but word is that those plans may have changed.

Well, that certainly explains why The King of Kings was added to the match as special guest referee on Raw.

What better way to turn heel than to screw the hottest star in the company, Daniel Bryan, out of the WWE title?

As you can imagine, there will likely be a very large and vocal segment of the crowd who would erupt with joy at the sight of John Cena dropping the gold to The American Dragon.

Imagine how much they’d hate Triple H if he robbed them of that sight.

However, as we’ve reported (F4Wonline via wrestlinginc.com), John Cena may require surgery after SummerSlam which may be the cause of the apparent change of plans.

As it stands, it’s hard to not be disappointed with the involvement of the McMahons and Triple H in highly anticipated match between Bryan and Cena.

With the announcement of The Game as special guest referee it appears unlikely that fans will see a clean finish to the WWE championship match.

What do you think? Should Triple H turn heel on Sunday or is the involvement of the McMahon’s getting too intrusive? Let us know in the comments section below.

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