Triple H as the Mastermind Behind Nexus and the Undertaker's WM 27 Opponent?

Trey FowlerContributor INovember 8, 2010

LAS VEGAS - SEPTEMBER 19:  WWE wrestler Triple H poses in the ring after the Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Juan Manuel Marquez of Mexico welterweight bout at the MGM Grand Garden Arena September 19, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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As loyal wrestling fans, I am sure many of us have tried to get our heads around where exactly these story lines are going and how everything is going to play out leading up to the greatest night in Sports Entertainment, WrestleMania. 

For the past several months, it has seemed as if things have been stuck in neutral with the Undertaker vs. Kane at three straight pay per views, and most of the last several months devoted to John Cena and Nexus.  So where is the WWE headed, and are all the stories somehow intertwined?

It is my argument that they are, and the WWE made it evident in a very subtle way.  A moment that has been swept under the carpet, but I am sure will have a bigger and more evident impact as the future unfolds. 

This moment happened at Bragging Rights when Nexus seemed to without provocation, inexplicably put the finishing touches on the Undertaker.  What seemed on the surface to be just another random, unprovoked and pretty surprising act might be the foreshadowing of the "bigger picture" that Nexus has had all along.

If you will remember when the group first started, they said that there was a bigger picture and that their motivation simply was not to destroy John Cena, which has seemed to be their main focus for sometime now.  However, it is my belief that this feud has just been done to carry the interest of the fans and bide time until the ultimate plan is eventually revealed.

Before long, Triple H will make his return and, as many expect, he will begin his revenge feud with Sheamus.  We will continue throughout this time to get mysterious emails and messages from the RAW GM through the use of his mouthpiece Michael Cole.  This Sheamus vs. Triple H feud will continue until the Royal Rumble where Triple H will enter the event.  At the end of the Rumble the only participants left in the ring will be Triple H, Cena or Orton and some if not all of Nexus. 

After Cena or Orton is eliminated, Nexus will then eliminate themselves, leaving Triple H as the winner of the 2011 Royal Rumble and unveiling that he was the mastermind behind the group all along. 

Now you ask why would he be the mastermind?

This became evident the moment Nexus left their mark on the burial of the Undertaker.  The justification for Triple H being the mastermind is simple. He is upset that the Undertaker retired his best friend Shawn Michaels. 

Triple H's win will allow him to decide who he wants to face at WrestleMania, and I believe he will choose as his opponent none other than The Undertaker in an attempt to gain revenge on him for last year's WrestleMania and retiring HBK.  Now for this to happen, the Undertaker must return before then and extract his revenge on Kane or whoever holds the title at the time, but this can be easily done.

Triple H's addition to the group will make the faction even more dominant, and it doesn't hurt that he knows a thing or two about dominant stables (DX and Evolution ring a bell).