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“He would have died in the ring” – Former WWE Manager Says Triple H Is Lucky

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• “He would have died in the ring” – Former WWE Manager Says Triple H Is Lucky

Triple H’s in-ring career is over due to his heart issues. He revealed a couple of days ago that he had heart failure.

During a recent edition of SK Wrestling’s Smack Talk podcast, former WWE manager Zeb Colter had the following to say about Triple H’s in-ring retirement:

“I’m glad he got in there. I’m glad he is done because what if they didn’t find it. He would have tried to have another match, and he would have died in the ring.

I think he can declare himself lucky. I’m glad now that he is on the mend and looking better, being better; I congratulate him on finding it before.

I hate the way they found it, but I’m glad they found it, and it could save his life.”

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• ON THIS DAY IN WWE HISTORY (March 27, 2003) – WWE SmackDown!

On this day in 2003, World Wrestling Entertainment aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWE SmackDown!’.

This episode was broadcasted from the Compaq Center in San Jose, California and featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WWE WrestleMania XIX’ PPV.

Here’s the match-card:

1. Matt Hardy & Shannon Moore vs. Rey Mysterio & Brian Kendrick

2. Eddie Guerrero vs. Charlie Haas

3. Torrie Wilson vs. Nidia

4. The Big Show & A-Train vs. Chris Benoit & Rhyno

5. Chavo Guerrero vs. Shelton Benjamin

6. John Cena vs. Rikishi

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