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Triple H Will Make WWE Return This Monday on Raw

Al ConstableSenior Analyst ISeptember 1, 2011

Wrestlescoop are reporting that an advert for the Labour Day edition of Raw will see the return of Triple H in a wrestling capacity. The match is being billed as a tuneup for his conflict with CM Punk at Night of Champions.

As of this moment, no opponent has been announced.

I have to say that it makes sense to get Triple H to wrestle a match or two before Night of Champions. Contests that involve CM Punk now have a lot of fans watching them intently.

It should be remembered that Triple H has not been seen wrestling since WrestleMania XXVII, when he lost by submission to The Undertaker. There is bound to be some slight ring rust from not being active for five months.

Then again, did he have to have tuneups on TV? He could have easily competed in dark-match main events or at house shows to work it off and then WWE, who usually deny the happenings of a non-televised event when it suits them, could still advertise his match against CM Punk as his return.

It will be interesting who will get into the ring with The Game on Monday, as they will inevitably lose.

With both Raw and SmackDown superstars being allowed on Monday nights, the possibilities are extensive.

My guess is that he will fight either R-Truth, The Miz or Christian. These men have been his three biggest critics on the shows recently, and it will be an opportunity to take out some frustration.

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