What does this have to do with HHH's title reign "bro"?
Don't change the subject fanboy.
You're the one that for some goofy reason said "Austin turning heel wasn't true, he was still the most popular star at the time".
By Survivor Series 1999, "OH HELL NO!" Besides that's true what I said, in August 1999 the WWF had 18 live events, Austin only appeared at 3, and only wrestled at 1. Now obviously if this were in '98 the WWF wouldn't have survived with Austin missing that many shows, by August '99 the WWF were doing fine without him.
Please don't turn this into a debate if you don't know what you're talking bout man, alrite?
Yeah Austin didnt want to put him over at summerslam, but its all water under the bridge now. From what I understand HHH not only has a good relationship with Austin but also considers him top 15 greatest wrestler in wrestling history. He himself wrote that in his body-building book "Making the Game: Triple H".
Im sure theyre on good terms now but for awhile HHH had tobe a bit pissed off. But he wouldnt say it because hes a company man and he doesnt want awkwardness. HHH never holds a grudge, its good for business.
LOL right. The Rock was successful only because of his catchphrases and comedy on the mic. You know it's true.
no.1 : Austin was advertised for the Survivor Series PPV, as the change of the match up happened midway through the PPV , not before it started , so Austin is just as responsible for the so called drop
no.2 : regarding Rock being successful only because of his mic skills, that really isn't a bad thing, in fact it's one for Rock that he didn't need to get over with zambonis and beer trucks and one thousand production sets, all he needed was a mic and camera to make magic