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Triple H unlikely to ever wrestle in WWE again following health issues

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WWE Superstar and former head of NXT Triple H is unlikely to ever wrestle again following the health issues that he suffered earlier this year.

The former WWE Champion has a serious heart condition, which has meant he has had limited public appearances whilst he recovers.

According to Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Radio, it is unlikely that we will ever see The Game back in a WWE ring.

“Triple H would be a terrible idea” Meltzer began discussing potential returns for WrestleMania matches this April in Dallas, Texas.

“His heart situation is’¦ He can’t. I don’t want to say never, because that’s unfair’¦ Maybe he can do something, but that would be a horrible idea for him and that’s not going to happen this year. There’s no way” Meltzer concluded.

If Triple H were to retire, then his final match would’ve been on the 29th June 2019, where he teamed with Shinsuke Nakamura to defeat Robert Roode and Samoa Joe at a house show in Ryogoku Kokugikan in Tokyo, Japan.

The Game’s final televised match took place at WWE Super ShowDown 2019 in King Abdullah Sports City Stadium, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Triple H lost to Randy Orton in the contest, which would be somewhat of a fitting end for his career, but still a massive shame that he could not end his career on his own terms.

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RAW is broadcast each and every Monday night. Fans in the United Kingdom can watch the show with a monthly BT Sport subscription.

SmackDown is also available on BT Sport every Friday; again for fans who are subscribed to the monthly service that can sometimes be bundled with BT Broadband.

NXT 2.0 and WWE NXT UK are available to watch on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Both shows are available on WWE Network in the United Kingdom. The shows are also available on Peacock in the United States.

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