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WWF Nixed Idea For Infidelity Storyline Featuring Stephanie McMahon & Triple H

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• WWF Nixed Idea For Infidelity Storyline Featuring Stephanie McMahon & Triple H

In his book ‘Undisputed’, former Undisputed WWF World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho revealed that an idea was pitched back in the day, that included him having an on-screen affair with Triple H’s (then still kayfabe) wife Stephanie McMahon, but as we all know that idea never made it to TV and was eventually nixed.

Here’s what Y2J wrote about the idea:

“The story would begin after HHH returned at the Royal Rumble. He would be in the ring on RAW telling the fans how great it was to be back when I would come out to confront him and give him some serious news.

In the seven months he was away from the WWE, his wife, Stephanie, was having an affair. I was only telling him about it because I obviously had a huge dislike for Steph and did some serious detective work in order to bust her.

In the course of my investigation, I’d found out that she was having an affair with RVD.”

Jericho then revealed that it would’ve been revealed to be him, not Rob Van Dam, whom she cheated with:

“I thought Stephanie having an affair with her former worst enemy was the perfect twist to the story. She would justify her actions by saying ‘You know how hard it is for a woman to be on the road by herself, she has needs! Needs that can only be satisfied by a champion.’

I would justify my actions by saying I knew that HHH would be returning to gain revenge for me causing him to tear his quad in the first place. Therefore I needed to gain a psychological edge against him, and what better way to do that than by [sleeping with] his wife?”

It was none other than WWF Chairman Vince McMahon himself who ended up axing the idea.

WATCH: Stephanie McMahon’s Buns Exposed By Triple H:

• ON THIS DAY IN WCW HISTORY (December 4, 1994) – WCW Main Event

On this day in 1994, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling presented an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW Main Event’.

This episode featured matches, interviews & storyline segments on the road to the ‘WCW Starrcade 1994’ PPV.

The card can be found below:

Dick Slater vs. Van Hammer (From WCW Pro)

Starrcade Control Center

Harlem Heat vs. The Nasty Boys (From WCW Saturday Night) (JIP)

Interview w/ Macho Man Randy Savage (From WCW Saturday Night)

Kevin Sullivan vs. Dave Sullivan

Jim Duggan vs. Bunkhouse Buck (United States Title Match)

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