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STTP: Why I Am Convinced That Triple H's Favorite Weapon Is The Shovel

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Why I Am Convinced That Triple H's Favorite Weapon Is The Shovel

Let's first set the scene: Summerslam August 19th, 2012 Triple H v. Brock Lesnar

After the long awaited battle which consisted of miscellaneous attacks to both Triple H and Shawn Michaels (breaking his best friend's arm)provoking the Game, Triple H ended up...losing. Somehow, someway, Brock Lesnar came out not only victorious, but winning by submission against Triple H. How is this possible!? I don't know, but I sure this enjoy it; it surprised the heck out of me and if I was a gambling man, I would've lost BIG MONEY.

Well this is great if your a fan of Brock Lesnar, but of unsuspected surprises, you were in for a big win.

I thought, nothing could take me off "Cloud 9".

I was wrong!

Of course, Triple H needs to redeem himself, BUT HOW!? He not only lost, but he tapped! HOW COULD HE REDEEM HIMSELF!?

These are a list of examples proving that he is trying to prove to us that his victory will top Brock's:

1. Come back with a new look as if he were rejuvenated as if he were an Phoenix rising from the Ashes. Cutting his hair coincided perfectly with this concept.

2. Have Brock beat up on not only one, but two of Triple H's close friends (Billy Gunn & Road Dogg) AND his step-father (Vince McMahon).

3. Have the match at Wrestlemania. Of course the grandest stage of them all of course!

4. Have Brock Lesnar seem as though he has the upper hand. But the match will only happen under one condition: Lesnar gets to name the stipulation, which won’t be revealed until after Triple H signs the contract.

So my question to you is....What type of match do you think Brock and Heyman will propose only for Triple H to ultimately bury Brock?

My guess--> Retirement Match.

This could be the only redeeming match that he could pull out in a case like this. Now if this happens, please come back to this blog and flood it with likes because I got the feeling someone is about to get buried.