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Quote A car pulls up to the loading bay of the arena, and Triple H steps out of the back seat. Triple H heads in the arena, and he's scheduled to address the crowd next.

- Triple H's music hits and The Game makes his way down to the ring with a microphone. Triple H talks about facing The Undertaker one more time and having respect for him, and then the WWE legends coming out of the woodwork to give their opinions. Triple H takes issue with the general consensus that Taker will beat him at the Super Show, but admits he's not surprised because Taker is never an underdog. Triple H also takes issue with Undertaker being rattled by Shawn Michaels' opinion that he'd beat him. HHH says Undertaker was angry and agitated, and threatened Shawn, which shows Taker is worried. Triple H adds that Undertaker didn't show up here tonight to say anything to his face. He says Undertaker was never the same after their series of matches years ago. He says Taker said one thing last week that was true - it's personal now. Triple H says with the last bit of respect he has for the Undertaker, he's going to crush him in Australia.

Nice heelish touch having Hs getting out of a limo, which is usually something only afforded to Vince.
 
Weird him having a go at all the legends for having an opinion on the match when whilst not his character, he is responsible for the very thing he's complaining about due to it being his idea behind the scenes.
 
It's telling that 80 odd percent think Taker is going to win. I don't see anything other than that either.
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Hard to believe there is no Triple H vs The Undertaker thread on this forum but the search engine didn’t throw anything up

Quote Kevin Nash was recently interviewed by Sporting News to talk about various topics including criticism from fans that the Undertaker and Triple H should be putting over younger stars instead of facing one another again at WWE Super Show-Down. Here is what he had to say:

“No one cares about the young guys. When I watched Summerslam that (Undertaker and Triple H) package caught my eye and made me want to see that match. I don’t know if I want to see Roman Reigns versus Undertaker again. What more of a rub can you give than that? He’s [been] given rubs before and they just aren’t getting over”

“Who would you put in those positions? You going to put Finn [Balor] in there versus The Undertaker? [Seth] Rollins? Who are you going to put?”

“I just don’t think there’s going to be guys like that anymore. Those guys aren’t going to have 30 years in the business. This style won’t allow these guys to last 30 years. Rollins already had a couple knee operations, but he’s a great worker. I just don’t see these guys even lasting 20 years because of their bodies and the concussion syndrome. Now, they (WWE) are doing concussion testing and everything else.”


WWE will present their Super Show-Down pay-per-view event takes place on Saturday, October 6, 2018 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) in Melbourne, Australia and will air on the WWE Network.


I agree with a lot of what Nash says here, first of all he’s right talent won’t have the career longevity of the past, in some respects that’s a good thing as back in the day talent would work through pain and injuries by swallowing pain pills which resulted in addiction, but also wrestlers used to tell better stories in the ring and actually sell, now it’s all about sprinting from one big spot to the next with little to no selling or storytelling and the fast paced high impact style is not something the talent will be able to do for long before getting hurt especially with how strict WWE now is about the risk of serious injury and of course drug use won’t be tolerated.

Also something I noticed on Raw, this weeks Raw featured a lot of great matches with current talent but the segment featuring The Undertaker, Triple H, Kane and Shawn Michaels was probably the most interesting part of the episode and quite rightly took the main event spot. What I noticed was during the Kevin Owens/Elias segment the crowd started booing non stop loudly for ages due to Elias’ comment about the Seattle Basketball team and the fans effectively hijacked the segment, Owens and Elias tried to power through but seemed a bit lost as to how to handle this kind of heat and likewise Lio Rush came out and just ran through his script over the reaction. Years ago this crowd heat would be something the talent would relish and would work with but it just seemed in today’s WWE talent just have to work to the script and are not allowed or are incapable of embracing the crowd reaction and working with it.

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Quote WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels comes out to the ring and he gets on the mic. Michaels talks about the Triple H vs. Undertaker match this Saturday. Shawn says he booked his flight to Australia to see this, and he knows this will be a historic event. Shawn says he planned to just be at the show as a fan, but that all changed when Undertaker trashed him. Michaels talks about 'Taker getting mad because he predicted that Triple H will beat him. Shawn says he knows Undertaker will have his brother Kane in his corner, so Shawn is going to be in his brother Triple H's corner. Kane's music hits and Shawn looks to the stage, but instead Kane appears behind Shawn. Kane drops Shawn with a right hand, and then the lights go out. The gong sounds, and the black lights come on, to reveal Undertaker and Kane in the ring. Undertaker picks up Shawn for a Tombstone, but then Triple H's music hits. Triple H hits the ring and brawls with Taker and Kane, and then Shawn gets to his feet. Taker hits a chokeslam on Triple H, and then Kane hits a chokeslam on Michaels. Kane and Taker look down at Triple H and Shawn, and they get ready to leave, but then Taker turns around. Taker turns his attention back to Triple H, and he grabs The Game and hits a Tombstone piledriver. Kane and Undertaker walk out of the ring and look back at Shawn and Triple H, who are still laying. Undertaker and Kane make their way up the ramp and raise their hands as RAW goes off the air.
 
It's hard to take HBK seriously with his bald head and he can't have liked being the least important person out of the four in the segment.
 
I am thinking Hs might get a rare big win this weekend. He took a good beating.
 
Hopefully it doesn't close the night in Melbourne. Old part timers shouldn't be taking that spot.
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