Triple H never failed to entertain the fans whenever he stepped foot inside the squared circle for his matches. While, many have been wondering when can they witness ‘The Game’ again in action, sadly, it seems that he might not perform inside the ring.
Triple H could retire from in-ring competition
On today’s Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer and Bryan Alvarez talked about WWE Chairman Vince McMahon’s possible return to the ring to face Pat McAfee at WrestleMania 38.
Meltzer said that WWE is trying their best to bolster their ticket sales for both nights. Alvarez wondered if WWE would bring back Triple H but Meltzer snubbed the chances and indicated that his heart issues are very serious:
“No, Triple H would be a terrible idea,” Meltzer said. “His heart situation is, he can’t. I don’t want to say never because that’s unfair because maybe he can do something but that would be a horrible idea for him and that’s not gonna happen this year. There’s no way.”
Aside from a video that leaked on TikTok a few months back and a brief appearance on NBC News, there has not been much news about Hunter and no update has been provided either regarding his health. Shawn Michales (with Vince McMahon and Bruce Prichard overseeing things) has taken over Triple H’s duties at NXT.
Goldberg cause serious injury to Rene Dupree
Injuries are part of the game but the pro-wrestlers try their best to make sure they finish the matches without any injuries. WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg, who is a pro-wrestling veteran has been featured in numerous matches throughout his illustrious career. However, he has faced some bold allegations by the former Spirit Squad member, Renee Dupree who accused the WCW legend of causing a serious injury to him. It was recently noted that Goldberg was diagnosed with a bad illness.
While speaking on his Cafe de Rene podcast, former WWE star Rene Dupree claimed that Goldberg separated Dupree’s collarbone during a segment with La Resistance in 2003. The former WWE Universal Champion was accused of hitting Dupree the shoulder several times which detached the latter’s collarbone.
“Did you get out alive? Because I got a separated collarbone from working with Goldberg. What happened was we did a backstage vignette with me, Rob, and Sly and then Goldberg was the ‘USA, USA’representative, and he grabbed our flag and we did five takes and he hit me across the shoulder every single time, right here where your collarbone connects.’
Seriously, he hit me so hard, like three or four times in a row to where it f****** detached my collarbone. I was living in Louisville. We had a team doctor there. We had to go get a cortisone shot. Cortisone, man, long-term it does more harm than good, right? Because it just eats at your joints.”
Goldberg recently fought Roman Reigns for the WWE Universal Championship in a losing effort at Elimination Chamber premium live event in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.