Is Triple H the Mastermind behind Nexus?

Micheal Robinson@nyyrobinsonSenior Analyst IIJuly 20, 2010


[ nek -suh s ] –noun, plural nex·us·es, nex·us.
1. a means of connection; tie; link.
2. a connected series or group.

The dog days of summer are here and the Nexus led by Wade Barrett is running rough shot on the WWE.

Are Wade Barrett and the Nexus on their own or is their more to it?

A heel turn for a returning Triple H wouldn't be a bad idea in my opinion.  But there are many options and complications.

First off, Triple H is out of action due to an injury.  How serious is it?  We don't really know.

It would appear that WWE officials did not want word of The Game's recent surgery to surface.

Toronto Blue Jays pitcher Dirk Hayhurst, who broke the news of the WWE Superstar's surgery on his Twitter account a few weeks ago, has since removed the posts.

It was later disclosed that Triple H underwent surgery to repair a torn muscle tendon in his arm, which will sideline him for several more months.

Also, Triple H took some time off for the birth of his third child.

Not only did WWE remove Triple H from the SummerSlam poster/wallpaper and replace him with Big Show, they removed the words The King Returns from the WWE Magazine cover during this week's Raw. 

So, it looks like he is out of action for now, or is he?

There is so many possibilities for this Nexus situation it isn't even funny, and honestly, that is what I like about it.  Most likely, this is the only thing I like about this Nexus storyline.

John Cena has recently built up a team of guys to face Nexus at SummerSlam this year.

John Morrison, Edge, Chris Jericho, Great Khali, R-Truth, and the surprise return of Bret "Hitman" Hart, along with Cena will go against the Nexus in a seven-man tag match.

Hart is looking for revenge after being attacked by Nexus last month.  Hart was serving as Raw General Manager at the time he was taken out of action.

Now, depending on the seriousness of his injury, Triple H could make a surprise appearance at SummerSlam and help Nexus take out the WWE stars.

Also, it kinda makes sense to me that they would want it to be more of a surprise, rather then advertising Triple H for the event.

It seems that if they attempt to remove him from the ads and posters, that it would be more of a legit surprise then an advertised return.

On the other hand, he could be out past SummerSlam.

Then you still have the possibility of Cena turning on the WWE stars and turning heel, but how many of us actually see that happening? 

All of his grade school fans would have emotional break downs. 

Does WWE have the brass to pull a heel turn that could rival Hogan joining the nWo?  Probably not.

My money is on Triple H turning evil at SummerSlam and helping the Nexus win.