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HHH is winning people. Hes not gonna retire at WM 29 and not compete at a huge WM next year WM 30
Why? Flair retired at WM24 and HBK retired at WM26. I wouldn't get too wrapped up in the number. If Hunter retires at WM29, that leaves Taker open to retire at WM30.





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I do think there is a bit of chance chance for HHH to let Brock totally go over him. HHH really does not have anyone else to have a program with after he is done with Brock. He has pretty much worked with every contracted superstars who were former WWE champions.
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He’s been a cornerstone of WWE for the better part of the last two decades, but on April 7 at WrestleMania, Triple H could be competing in a WWE ring for the very last time when he collides with Brock Lesnar in a barbaric No Holds Barred Match. Thanks to Paul Heyman’s sinister machinations, The Game must retire if he is unable to conquer the former WWE, NCAA and UFC Champion.



With Heyman revealing the stipulations of this bout only after Triple H had signed the contract on the March 18 edition of Raw (WATCH), the WWE COO was unaware that he was agreeing to terms that could prematurely end one of the most celebrated careers in WWE history. The revelation that Triple H’s final match could be fast approaching immediately sent shockwaves throughout the WWE Universe.

“He’s too young to leave the business and has too much left to offer,” two-time WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair told WWE.com. “If he doesn’t wrestle again, no matter how much time he spends in the office working with the company, he’ll be miserable. He needs to be in the ring. That’s who he is.”

There are only a few who know Triple H quite as well as “The Nature Boy,” who served as a mentor to The Cerebral Assassin as part of Evolution and continues to be The Game’s close confidant. In fact, it was Triple H who inducted the 16-time World Champion into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2008 — the night before Flair was retired at the hands of Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania XXIV.



“[At WrestleMania XXIV], the cards were dealt,” Flair explained, thinking back on his own legacy as Triple H’s career hangs in the balance. “I was nowhere near the level of ability as Shawn Michaels that night, and I don’t think anybody expected me to be. But I walked out of there a very proud man. It was sad to leave, but I was very proud.”

Just two years later, it was fellow WWE Hall of Famer HBK who would be facing similar circumstances on The Grandest Stage of Them All, battling The Undertaker in a “Streak vs. Career” Match at WrestleMania XXVI. Like Flair before him, “Mr. WrestleMania” took that long and final walk back to the locker room after falling to The Phenom.

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if this is HHHs last match (which we know its not) then HHH vs Brock will be the last match on the card. No way HHH has his last match and it does not close the show and plus no way is HHH retiring at WM 29 and not competing at WM 30
Most people could care less whether or not Triple H is on the card, he should be in no way shape or form be main eventing Mania at this point in his career IMO. Cena/Rock and Punk/Taker are both WAY bigger matches than this one.

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Why is the voting poll 50/50?.. Triple H is winning, I have no doubt about it. No chance that Triple H wont be competing at Wm 30, plus he WILL get his win back.

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Why? Flair retired at WM24 and HBK retired at WM26. I wouldn't get too wrapped up in the number. If Hunter retires at WM29, that leaves Taker open to retire at WM30.
And Austin retired at XIX.

The number doesn't matter. Wrestlemania is Wrestlemania.

The conditions are very good for HHH to lose and pack it up. It's on the big-stage. He's fighting a young, brand-name wrestler with a bright future.

There is no reason that HHH should win and continue fighting.

If he wants to be at 'Mania 30, he can participate in a non-wrestling role. With his marriage to Stephanie, we will always see him on-screen for decades to come.
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And who would he face at WM30 if he doesn't retire?

I think Lesnar is the perfect opponent to retire him. It would be a great business decision.
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Why? Flair retired at WM24 and HBK retired at WM26. I wouldn't get too wrapped up in the number. If Hunter retires at WM29, that leaves Taker open to retire at WM30.
HHH is not retiring. Difference between HHH, HBK and Flair is that flair was 59 years old he had to retire for the sake of himself, HBK wanted to retire to spend time with his family, you can say HHH wants to retire to spend time with family but HHH is at every raw and smackdown shows anyway so that reason doesn't matter and plus he's married into the company and will be with the company until he dies most likely. HHH is not gonna want to be backstage for the next 10 years when he knows has so much more to give to the company plus once HHH takes over as chairman he's gonna want to play the heel boss storyline just like his father in law. I know a lot of you want Lesnar to win, but even Lesnar doesn't give a shit if he wins or not all he cares about is his pay check. Sorry but HHH is winning

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Fairly sure Lesnar can win and they will find a loophole down the line to enable HHH to compete again if that's what he chooses to do.





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And who would he face at WM30 if he doesn't retire?

I think Lesnar is the perfect opponent to retire him. It would be a great business decision.
CM Punk, Dolph Ziggler, Miz, Daniel Bryan, Cody Rhodes so many guys HHH can have a great programs and matchs with. He has so much left to give.

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