Post by Captain Bridger on Aug 21, 2012 21:47:07 GMT -5
I noted at SummerSlam, Michael Cole referred to Triple H as "Hunter" and Shawn Michaels has referred to him as such on several occasions. But, my question in this thread is two-fold...
One, can anyone remember the last time Triple H was referred to as "Hunter Hearst Helmsley"... or even just "Helmsley"?
Two, do you think kids watching today or anyone who got into WWE after the attitude era knows what "HHH" stands for and why he has that name? (i.e. the origins of his character; the Greenwich blueblood, etc.)
Post by Shannon Lee on Aug 21, 2012 22:05:00 GMT -5
The kids in the Cena shirts who got into wrestling since then and just watch the show and aren't online reading about every little facet of backstage NEWZ and watching old matches on DVD and/or YouTube like so many of us do? No, they don't know.
People who've got into wrestling in the past decade and do all that stuff? Sure they know.
I'm just a fat faker fuck who writes horrible vampire novels. Such is my life that I have to stoop to such a thing. Please don't be like me and actually do something productive with your life for once. Consider me a cautionary tale to that end.
This is not the end for Sandow, but the start of something big for him.
WWE signed or re-signed a whole bunch of international TV deals this week. I loved this line from the Wrestling Online Newsletter: “In Chile, WWE signed with Chilevision to broadcast over 100 hours of RAW and Smackdown! every week.” That sounds like an act of war to me.
First he had a prominent spot in the WWE intro Then had TWO prominent spots, a regular one and a DX one Now I just watched a WWE 'Vintage' show on Youtube, showcasing a bunch of really old matches. You guessed it, Blueblood Triple H manages to find his way into THAT intro.