The WWE is months away from WrestleMania 33 though dream matches have started to come out in the open. Everyone has heard of that match pitting Big Show and retired NBA star Shaquille O’Neal but there is obviously more to come. How about a Triple H vs. Shane McMahon showdown?
Triple H has never missed a WrestleMania so far. He has gone up against practically everyone although a match with Shane-O-Mac makes plenty of sense.
The obvious angle here is power in the WWE. While Shane and Stephanie McMahon have been managing SmackDown and Raw respectively, a storyline could be made somewhere moving forward.
But based on the report from Daily Wrestling News, a storyline may not be needed. There is alleged friction between Stephanie, Shane and Triple H, which Vince McMahon hasn’t really paid attention to.
As far as Vince is concerned, the heat accounts for more storylines involving the two brands and all that could lead to an interesting match at WrestleMania 33.
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Shane vs. Triple H, Loser Leaves?
Crazy matches wherein the loser leaves is nothing new. But if the friction is real, it could serve the perfect springboard to eject Shane McMahon from the picture.
A matchup involving Triple H and Shane is a no-brainer. Everyone knows that the “King of Kings” is at an advantage and Shane can easily vanish from the WWE scene.
Triple H Wants No Part Of It
However, that is with the understanding that Triple H is game for that match. In the same article, Triple H is allegedly against the match to be held in Orlando. With that said, one can just imagine the complications arising if Stephanie is indeed pushing Shane out of the WWE picture.
If the match does materialize, it may not necessarily be something that could boot out Shane or Triple H. It could be a control issue where the winner would get part-ownership of the other show or maybe putting up the franchise wrestler up in the mix.
Right now, all this is pure speculation meaning, it may or may not happen unless Vince McMahon says so.