Triple H Called ‘Liar’ By Massive WWE Name

Triple H is undoubtedly one of the greatest stars to step foot inside the squared circle. He recently made a shocking announcement of his retirement following some health scare in the past. He spoke with Stephen A. Smith for ESPN this week and revealed that he will never wrestle again as he has a defibrillator in his chest. Many stars have reacted to the saddening announcement. However, the former WWE star Ryback, who has been highly critical of WWE and ‘The Game’ took a different approach to wish him on his retirement.



Ryback reacts to Triple H retirement

Ryback took a negative approach to wish Hunter and received a huge backlash from the fans. ‘The Big Guy’ had tweeted that Triple H was the biggest disappointment for him before wishing him well in health.

“You ended up being the biggest disappointment for me personally from loving you growing up, but I wish you well in retirement and future good health. #HHH #TripleH #Ryback #Retirement @TripleH”

After a while of receiving criticism from the fans, he followed up on his original tweet and firmly stood by it, and also spoke about his relationship with the former WWE Champion.

“I truly wish him well. He went out of his way to prevent multiple opportunities for me, lied, and is part of a company I have a legal battle with and have won everything. I put out a heartfelt message and speak from experience, but wish him the best. Negative marks are horrible.”

You can check out the Tweets below. During a recent interview with ViBe and Wrestling, former WWE United States Champion, Damien Priest would discuss what key advice he got from Triple H. Credit to the outlet for the below.

“What changed my life was when Triple H told me: ‘I want to see the person I’m seeing here in the ring. When you’re between the ropes you’re playing the role of a wrestler but I don’t want that, I want to see someone else. When you learn to be yourself, you will have an amazing career.’ When did he tell me that, I didn’t understand because I thought, ‘How is that? How are you telling me that I don’t know how to be myself?’

Priest would also say: “Until one day, I realized what he was saying and I understood everything. I don’t know why but it’s hard to be yourself in front of the camera because it changes the way you talk, the way you walk, everything, and the day came when I relaxed and began to enjoy myself. Every day that I go on stage, I am enjoying my tempo, even when I take hits, I enjoy it, so for me, that was the best advice”.


Barry Russell
Barry Russell
A dedicated pro wrestling follower for more than a decade

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