WWE WrestleMania 27: Triple H and Undertaker Fined for Wrestlemania Chair Shots

The Game, Triple H was defeated in a great encounter against The last outlaw, The Undertaker but not without minor controversy
The Game, Triple H was defeated in a great encounter against The last outlaw, The Undertaker but not without minor controversy
LewisAnalyst IIIApril 6, 2011

WWE WrestleMania 27 participants, Triple H and The Undertaker, had an epic battle to see if "The Streak" has had its last run. "The Streak" lived on and shows it won't be ending for at least another year, until WWE WrestleMania 28 in Miami, which will already feature two all time greats: The Rock Vs. John Cena.

Forget about next year and rewind to this year's Wrestlemania.

If you saw the battle between the two, you may have noticed Triple H delivering a chair shot to the Undertaker's head, which was partially covered by his hand.

These chair shots to the head were included in the WWE's Wellness Policy and WWE clearly doesn't want these moves performed in their ring due to the obvious danger they present.

WWE usually fines wrestlers for violations to their wellness policy; Two ring generals like Triple H and The Undertaker are no different.

Some have said this is part of the storyline while others disagree. Hopefully, you can leave your thoughts through a comment. 

Even with the "No Holds Barred" Stipulation, Vince McMahon still barred one thing: chair shots to the head.  

I don't have the exact amount of the fines, but with Extreme Rules coming up could there possibly be a few more fines?

WrestleMania is the grandest stage of Sports Entertainment and Triple H along with The Undertaker wanted to make a spectacle, a "show-stealer," a match of the year candidate.

And I feel they did.





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