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Vince McMahon Asked Triple H To Work WrestleMania 35 Despite Being Hurt

Batista vs. Triple H - WrestleMania 35 (Triple H's Career On The Line)

• OLD SCHOOL VIDEO HISTORY (April 5, 1985) – WWF TNT Tuesday Night Titans

On this day in 1985, the World Wrestling Federation aired another episode of their weekly TV show ‘WWF TNT Tuesday Night Titans’.

This episode included matches, storyline segments & studio interviews featuring the 1985 WWF Superstars.

You can find the card below:

1. Vince Mcmahon & Lord Alfred Hayes open the show

2. Iron Sheik, Nikolai Volkoff & Fred Blassie join the TNT set

3. Ricky Steamboat joins the TNT set

4. Ricky Steamboat vs. Steve Lombardi

5. At Home With Hillbilly Jim segment

6. Lisa Sliwa joins the TNT set

7. Lisa Sliwa demonstrates self defense holds on Alfred Hayes

WATCH: Fan Captures Epic Photo Of Bayley’s Fat Bum Next To Sasha Banks:

• Vince McMahon Asked Triple H To Work WrestleMania 35 Despite Being Hurt

During a recent interview with ESPN, soon to be WWE Hall of Famer “The Game” Triple H talked about his WrestleMania 35 match with Batista, Vince McMahon wanting him to have a match despite being hurt & more.

Below is what Triple H said:

“I went from a month ago thinking, ‘Oh, this is great — I’m going to have an easy year this year, I just go watch the Hall of Fame and then I get to work behind the scenes at WrestleMania. It will be easy. Then, Vince tells me I’m in the Hall of Fame… and then next thing [I know], I’m working at WrestleMania. So I got busy quick.

So I didn’t feel that way — Vince came to me and told me, ‘I need you to be in WrestleMania this year. And I was like, ‘Really? Because I haven’t been cleared to train yet even — I don’t know that I’m going to make that.’ Batista and I had this conversation a while ago about trying to do this … then I had to call him and go, ‘Dude, I tore my pec and I don’t know what’s going to happen. I’ll see.’

To this day, I’m still… I’m going to get in the ring next Sunday, and you and I will both find out at the same time whether my pec will hold on.

I got cleared up to perform, and my training is good and I feel good. But until you get in there, lifting dumbbells and getting hit by Batista are two totally different things. So I’ll see how it goes, but I feel good and I’m excited to get in there. And at this point in my career, I don’t ever want to make it sound like it’s not as big as it is, but at this point in my career, it’s all gravy.”

        
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