I know it cant just be me that thinks this so I thought I would check the general consensus on this one. Whats everyones view on the way Triple H is physically looking nowadays. A couple of weeks ago I found the Raw episode where he came back from the quad injury a few years back and I honestly couldnt believe how much he has changed since then, he was enourmous!, in fairness he did have alot of time to spend in the gym and alot of time to do other things..ahem.. while he was on the shelf and it is obvious he hasnt the time to maintain the kind of physique he had then while wrestling a full time schedule. However, since the hilarious comparisons that were made at Wrestlemania XX between him and Greg Valentine it seems he is destined to become the Hammers clone.
Triple H once upon a time always looked in prime condition and ready to go and had one of the biggest looks in the business it was one of the things that made him popular and become one of the most intimidating heels in the WWE however with his ever expanding waistline and chin and the fact that every week on Raw, Dave Batista and Randy Orton make him look less and less like the Man he used to be, how long is it till Ric Flair starts to look in better shape than him? Does he care as much now that he's the bosses son in law and in the position that he's in? Does it matter how he looks as long as his performances don't suffer? What does everyone think?
I guess all the talk about how his body size became detrimental to his matches made him slim down. He has been looking kinda lumpy lately though(kind of weird actually how quick it's progressed). He is doing beter matches, so who know, guess it worked for him. But at this rate, I'm afraid he might end up having a Roddy Piper gut, than looking like The Hammer.
I'd rather have a less built Triple H who puts on good matches than a 'roided up' superman Triple H who bores me to tears. The closer his in-ring skill gets to his old form back before the injury, the happier I'll be, regardless of his physical appearance. Heck, if his nose doubles in size, it wouldn't matter to me if he could bring it between the ropes.
Said this before and i'll say it again i rather have a competitor work great matches and have a gut. Then be roided out of their mind and can't put a thought together never mind a match
Day 18 in the Weinerboard House and CRZ nominates Reddragon with the threat of banning for not showing up on the board for a week. Meanwhile in the rest of the house the smoking weiners are complaining that they have no cigs, well the others are complaining that they can't dress up as their favourite state/country
I want to call the thread's attention to my new sig.... Thanks. I actually remember a time, long ago, in a world similar yet different to this one, when this handsome guy from Boston with blindingly beautiful long blonde hair in an opened leather shirt entered my life. It was the Fall of '99, and I....
Oh, screw that. Yeah, he's a damn marshmallow, and I so hate it. I recall when he was (probably) roided up the ass AND good, so that must mean I'm old. Anyway, I have plenty of videos to prove that. Anyway, he's been pretty good these last few months. Especially last night with Eugene. A manipulative asshole, he was. Hunter, that is, lol.
Last time he was that good at being that asshole, I could eat off his six pack. Now, it looks like he's eating twelve packs...of twinkies! Oh well... At least he's not boring, but I'll miss the ol' washboard.
No one, and I mean NO one can pull off the teeny tiny ankles and the black wrestling boots like Greg Valentine. You want to compare The Hammer to HHH??? BAH GAWD your insane!
I recently watched my Kurt Angle Career Comp X, with the just returning HHH. He looked MASSIVE (2001?). But then he would do this thing ( he was a face), everytime someone would face him or during a hot part of the match.
He throws his arms out like a gorilla and roars, sorta like his spit take but more like King Kong. I'm watching this and thinking, God damn I hate you.
Triple H could be a new Valentine if he would change his finisher from The Pedigree to the Inverted Indian Death Lock.
I think it would work wonders for him and his quest to be Ric Flair from 1985-1989.
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Ah, I see the loevly ladies of Weinerland have spoken on this 'Trips Bod' matter, what a shock. I think it's down to the Levesque-McMahon diet scheme, Steph was expanding a bit in 03 before he departure so theres something there, If power was a food snack then Trips and Steph are havin seconds.
He's done shooting the Blade III and finished promoting the bodybuilding book, so he doesn't need to be so shredded ripped. Anyway, his physique is way more Ted DiBiase than Greg Valentine at this juncture.
(edited by NickBockwinkelFan on 19.6.04 0213) "Well, you can't involve friendship with business. It has to be one or the other. It's either business or friendship, or hit the bricks!" --Life Lessons from "The Tao of Bobby the Brain Heenan" Uncensored 2000 preview
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I thoroughly enjoyed that show. I loved the Goldust / Wyatt interaction during the match, Brysn / Cesaro was outstanding, and I love love love the Shield vs the Wyatts promo battles. My youngest is eagerly awaiting the TV debut of Rusev.