In all likelihood, Triple H is going to pull double duty at WrestleMania 30 and play just as big of a role in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match as Daniel Bryan will.
If that happens, he will share the responsibility of making that match worthy of the main event of the biggest pay-per-view in the company's history.
A lot of reality has been peppered into this storyline about doing what's "best for business," and when you boil things down and strip away the fluff, there is still a lot of truth behind it all.
The character of Triple H and the man behind it parallel each other in a lot of ways, which is what makes the angle work so well.
Even though he is clearly guilty of letting his ego get in the way of certain things and finding loopholes to get around looking bad—which he may be doing here as well—he still does that with the mindset that it will help the company.
Mistakes or not, Triple H is going to try to do what he thinks will result in the best return possible.
In that regard, he is not going to phone in his performance during this pay-per-view but rather give it his all.
The booking decisions that come out of it and the way that the outcomes of the matches are scheduled will no doubt be put under a microscope—as they should be, just like any other day.
However, for anyone thinking that Triple H is going to be lazy and depend entirely on other people to do all of the work for him, keep in mind that this is WrestleMania 30 we're talking about.
He stands to lose more by dropping the ball than almost anyone else, as if he is responsible for ruining such a red-hot feud by not holding up his end of the bargain, particularly if the booking is problematic as well, then his leadership capabilities are going to be put into serious question.
Who do you think will end up defying the odds and putting on a better performance than expected?
Do you think anyone will do the opposite and screw things up?
Leave a comment below and tell us your thoughts!
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