I was thinking about this... I used to love Triple H...! I got that "Game Over?!" T-shirt on now, as a matter of fact. When Jericho started to to move down the ladder from the main event, a lot of rumors (rumors!) on the 'net suggested that it was Triple H's doing. After reading more and more of that type of story, it really made me hate the guy. But seriously, unless any of us are in that locker room- how do we know for sure that all of that "backstage politics" stuff is true?
Because the biggest sign of validness of these internet rumors is what we see on TV and PPV, and we see a lot of Triple H winning. So then we run to our keyboards and say "He beat Chris Jericho! He must be using his political influences to protect his spot! That man is a cancer!" Now, whether or not it's ALL true, or any of it, well, that doesn't make a lick of a difference, now does it? Believe what you want.
I was a HUGE Triple H fan back in 1999 and 2000. Once Austin returned and HHH was the "mastermind" behind the hit and run, I got sick of him. Once he returned from his injury, I started hating him like everyone else for all the same reasons. He sucks. He's in the main-events. He goes over people who he shouldn't. He plays politics. Etc.
Originally posted by Mack SalmonBecause the biggest sign of validness of these internet rumors is what we see on TV and PPV, and we see a lot of Triple H winning. So then we run to our keyboards and say "He beat Chris Jericho! He must be using his political influences to protect his spot! That man is a cancer!" Now, whether or not it's ALL true, or any of it, well, that doesn't make a lick of a difference, now does it? Believe what you want.
Do the Triple H-basher-bashers realize they're just as annoying as the Triple H-bashers themselves?
Mean Gene: "You know, I don't think it's a question - Goldberg, I don't think it's a question of who's next, I think it's a question of who's left?" Goldberg: "No, see, that's where you're wrong. It ain't who's left, it's - WHO'S NEXT?"
"Just how hardcore am I? Well this morning, I drank milk that was two days past the expiration!" -Norman Smiley
Anyways..does anybody remember the Python sketch where Palin pays 5 pounds for an argument with Cleese but instead they just contradict one another. This is what the whole HHH discussion has boiled down to. HHHater says he sucks and everything he does is political, and nothing ever happens without him trying to screw someone. HHHlover says he doesnt do all that stuff and doesnt keep anyone down..
It goes back and forth with both sides saying the opposite. Just let it go folks.. The truth is probably in the middle. He uses his power (through Steph) to get things done but who knows how many good things have resulted from that. I believe every sport and every business has people who use their power to get things done, yet with HHH is just became more apparent. Damn, now I am getting into it again myself..
Back to the positive thing: Heel H is more interesting and it freshes up the options in storylines on both rosters
"...And I use that to fuck them some place fairly uncomfortable." "What, like the back of a volkswagen ?" -Mallrats
I 100% agree with lotjx! I think circumstances conspired here though, Foley thought he was going away after Wrestlemania and would come back and do the singles match down the road, so he wanted to put Orton over as intended.