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“There was a high probability I might’ve not been able to wrestle again” – WWF Legend On Getting Injured In 2001

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• “There was a high probability I might’ve not been able to wrestle again” – WWF Legend On Getting Injured In 2001

During a recent appearance on WWE’s The Bump, Old School WWF Legend Triple H recalled his career-threatening quadriceps injury from 2001 and his epic return in 2002.

Here’s what The Game said about it:

“It’s hard to sort of put into words the journey at that point in time because, you know, there was a high probability I might’ve not been able to wrestle again.

Coming back and having the return I did at Madison Square Garden, and the reaction I got was great.

The challenge was: How do you capitalize on that? So, to come back at the Royal Rumble, there’s so much meaning there. Not only from a performer’s standpoint but from an athlete’s standpoint, of the validation to be able to do this still.”

You can watch Triple H’s 2002 return below:

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• Old School Wrestling Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 72nd birthday of legendary Old School NWA/WWF Manager “Sir” Oliver Humperdink (Real name: John Sutton).

He worked as a manager (and very early on as an occasional wrestler as well) for several different territories, from the early 60s till the mid-90s.

Humperdink managed some big names over the years, such as Bam Bam Bigelow, Paul Orndorff, The Fabulous Freebirds, … & many, many more.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY & † REST IN PEACE

January 16, 1949 – March 20, 2011

        
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