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WWE Monday Night Raw: Triple H Will Return

Micheal RobinsonSenior Analyst IIJanuary 31, 2011

I will never make another prediction in my life if I am wrong about this.

We are halfway complete with this weeks episode of WWE Monday Night Raw and the Mysterious Raw General Manager has made a big match.

A Raw Rumble match will take place with seven wrestlers in it, and the winner of the seven will go on to face The Miz in one-on-one action at Elimination Chamber; the other six, will compete in the chamber itself.

Jerry "The King" Lawler was one of the seven wrestlers named in this Raw Rumble match.

Does anyone actually think he will go and fight at Elimination Chamber also?  I don't.

There is a chance Lawler won't even make it to the main event.  So, he needs to be replaced.

Triple H missed the boat to return to in-ring action at the Royal Rumble, but who is to say that he still isn't going to come back soon.

With his movie The Chaperone needing some heavy promotion, what better way then the man himself to do the promoting?

I don't know about the rest of the Bleacher Report writers, but I have missed Triple H dearly since he has been gone; we are nearing a full year now without him.

After the way I felt following the Royal Rumble, this would make me feel a lot better.

A lot of WWE fans are feeling a little down and out following Royal Rumble, and the sound of Triple H's theme hitting those speakers in Providence tonight will help Rumble memories fade away.

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