Roman Reigns on his relationship with Triple H
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Triple H recently announced his retirement from wrestling, wowing fans and insiders alike. The Game had gradually moved away from the ring in recent years, thanks to the advancing age and the desire to devote himself with a greater commitment to his managerial role.
The 14-time world champion has personally contributed to the birth and rise of NXT, making the 'Black and Gold' brand a great alternative to the Raw and Smackdown shows. In September 2021, HHH underwent a delicate heart operation following a cardiac event.
The lengthy rehabilitation process led him to rule out a return to the ring in the future. Barring sensational and unlikely twists, his last match will remain the one against Randy Orton on Raw in 2021. Guest at the latest edition of the 'Tonight Show', Roman Reigns spoke about his relationship with Triple H.
Roman Reigns has revealed what his next move would be after the match against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 38.
Roman Reigns opens up on Triple H
According to the WWE Universal Champion, he will close this chapter of his career and move on, suggesting that the Reigns-Lesnar rivalry will be settled once and for all.
“Triple H was very strict with me in the early years of my career. His job was to guide me and he did it very well. It took some time for us to build a solid relationship, but we never had any problems. I have always had enormous respect for The Game" - said the 'Tribal Chief'
The Universal champion is preparing to experience the most important night of his entire career. Roman will challenge Brock Lesnar in the key match of the 38th edition of WrestleMania, which will take place over two evenings at Arlington's AT&T Stadium.
Returning to Triple H, former WWE manager Dutch Mantell made an interesting remark: “We are sorry that a legend of his caliber is retiring from wrestling, but it is up to everyone sooner or later. I am happy that the doctors have identified the problem and everything has gone smoothly.
If he had played another match, he could have died in the ring. He was lucky in this respect. When he arrived at the hospital, his condition was quite delicate." Roman Reigns will aim to extend his historic run as the WWE Universal Champion by beating Brock Lesnar in a few days.
The Head of the Table has already beaten The Beast Incarnate once during his current reign as the Universal Champion in 2021.