It's like Incredible Hulk Helmsley? Well, Our favorite Roid Monkey is back and he's brought more glass to rebuild the ceiling bigger and better than ever. It seems like every time he comes back, he grows to about 3 times his previous size. One More Injury and I'm willing to bet he starts cutting moon-man promos about being the Big Booty Freak of Unnatural Nature Hook-Up Daddies and scares us all with his Renaissance Faire approved metallic mullets of doom. Maybe Summerslam can be headlined by HHH vs. Scott Steiner in "Roid Rage In A Cage". First one to explode from the posedowns loses. Or maybe he starts the One Game Nation and starts disappearing through trap doors and reappearing in Ric Flair's magic mirror, all the while making up words that heretofore didn't exist.
Hey, I just noticed something. One of the side effects of Steroid Abuse seems to be horrible mangling of the English Language.
So for the sake of wrestling, and the sake of dictionary compilers everywhere, let's hope that HHH never gets injured again.
Knowing that HHH lives-uh, breathes-uh and sleeps-uh the business and that he spent 8 months of rehabbing I am sure he could spend alot of time in the gym. I guess he was working on his upper body as he had to spend the first four months or rehab by bending his knee one inch further every day. If you really are that serious and want stuff that bad I can imagine him blowing off steam by doing a kazillion extra crunches.
Or..he is trying to keep up with Steph's expanding torso
OMG! I was so afraid I was the only person who might have noticed this. Though to be fair, everyone in the WWF who gets injured has an interesting habit of coming back much larger. Look at Eddy when he came back from that injury, he had to be 20 lbs heavier. That said though, I do think HHH is about one set of preacher curls away from demanding a cool mesh headpiece and a couple of freaks to lead him to the ring. Maybe Steph could get collagen lips to complete the freak augmentation plan.
I've read that the Wildlife Fund for Nature (formerly the World Wildlife Fund....wait a minute, that means they're not even the WWF anymore!) situation has something to do with it. Not sure why the block letter logo is ok, though.