Graeme has yet to fill out a bio.
I guess I can't forgive the guy for turning me away from professional wrestling for a decade in the early 2000s. He was getting so much shine during that period, being booked as smarter and so much better than everyone else, when I felt he wasn't in the same league as the majority of the roster.
Had he been in that spot a few years prior, I'd have had the option of turning over to WCW, but that promotion had been subsumed by the WWF. It meant I had to walk away from wrestling, one of the few things that were getting me through high school. I started dabbling again in 2010, and found Triple H to be largely absent, so the product was enjoyable again. I am totally opposed to him returning to a prominent wrestling role, because I know what will happen. He's already saw fit to come out of semi-retirement to inexplicably book himself over CM Punk in the main event (where else?) of Night of Champions, and place himself in a *third* match with the Undertaker at WrestleMania. I enjoyed the WM match though, due to the presence of The Undertaker, Michaels and the Hell in a Cell stipulation.
Maybe I'll try to lay off slagging Trips a little bit, since it seems to bother you so much. I still don't quite get it, though.
A truly mediocre contributor. I'm an ardent detractor of Triple H, and where's the harm in that? I'm not sure why my dislike for Trips is eating away at your soul as much as it is.
A truly mediocre contributor.