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Will Triple H lose and retire after Wrestlemania 29 or he will beat Brock Lesnar?
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Old 31 Mar 2013, 04:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 31 Mar 2013, 04:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I've been wondering the same thing...















I think Triple H will lose simply because he has nothing else to prove ... but if Lesnar wins he's probably just gonna walk off so... it really is 50-50
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Triple H will lose and his career will end, and he will continue to be C.O.O. Brock will not lose because he's still gonna be part of WWE, I think he might feud one more time with Rock, or possible face Taker in the next Wrestlemania, but I think he is still in contract so.































Plus, Triple H would get his as kicked by an actual MMA fighter in Brock Lesnar.































Simple, common sense.
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HHH will win brock will retire
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Triple H is way too old to be wrestling now. He's about 44 years old this year and now he has to also run the daily duties of WWE. Him retiring right now is in his own best interest.
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He'll retire.
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i guess he's gonna win
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