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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

The Rundown Slam: Wrestlemania 29 – Section B: Personified.

4/16/2013 5:18:56 AM 

Too bad, I did not manage to watch the replay of Wrestlemania last Saturday. But that did not stop me to put my take on another brutally-speaking battle (thanks to Dailymotion, by the way).

Brock Lesnar and Triple H in a no-holds-barred clash that put the latter’s career on the line. How on earth did that happen? Well, very weird.

Ironically, it was Brock who screwed him up with injuries. He broke Triple H’s arm twice, and so his best friend Shawn Michaels’ and even Mr. McMahon’s hip.

And a damn stipulated agreement was set, making the drama more intense and quite tough for the Triple H. How could you beef up against somebody who’s very athletic at will? A former 13-time wrestling champ going up against a what they call as “The Game” or “The Asskicker,” who been one of the notable names at UFC prior to joining the wrestling entertainment world.  Looks like one-sided, eh; considering the age gap between these two warriors?

And come to think that Brock Lesnar actually wrecked the announcer’s table when threw Triple H there. What a dynamic force.

Well, I could even remember how Triple H’s best friend Shawn Michaels saved him from another possible killer attack made by Paul Heyman when the latter attempt to threw a steel chair on the former champ and voila, HBK to the rescue with a kick on his jaw.

Numerous times that he almost lost the entire match and his career was recklessly killed, and he still managed to salvaged that and claim his victory over one of the strongest men at WWE, all that despite getting some burns on his entrance to the ring and about 30 minutes of inferno-like warfare.

Well, that’s even more painful, but I guess the demon in him drive Triple H to win. Tough, I mean, very tough test of will on his part.

Next series will be my take on the side matches, and John Cena’s march to redemption via his second battle against Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.

Author: slickmaster | © 2013 september twenty-eight productions

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