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“You ended up being the biggest disappointment for me” – Ryback Comments On Triple H’s Retirement

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• “You ended up being the biggest disappointment for me” – Ryback Comments On Triple H’s Retirement

WWE Hall Of Famer Triple H will never wrestle again, due to his heart issues.

Former WWE Superstar Ryback, who has heat with The Game, tweeted the following about HHH’s retirement:

“You ended up being the biggest disappointment for me personally from loving you growing up, but I wish you well in retirement and future good health.”

A fan then replied:

“Good for you for saying what you felt based on your experience

That guy held a lot of people down and the only time he didn’t was when it was of a benefit to him.

Now he had a health scare and has to retire but suddenly he has to be a good guy too in the eyes of the fans 🤦‍♂️ “

Ryback replied:

“I truly wish him well. He went out of his way to prevent multiple opportunities for me, lied, and is part of a company I have a legal battle with and have won everything.

I put out a heartfelt message and speak from experience, but wish him the best. Negative marks are horrible.”

Former WWE Champion Alberto Del Rio, who also has heat with Triple H, also issued a statement on The Game’s retirement. Tap here to read it.

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• ON THIS DAY IN WCW HISTORY (March 25, 1996) – WCW PRIME

On this day in 1996, Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling aired an episode of their weekly TV show ‘WCW Prime’.

This episode featured pre-taped matches & segments, building storylines on the road to the upcoming ‘WCW Slamboree 1996’ PPV.

The show was hosted by Dusty Rhodes & Chris Cruise.

Here’s the card:

1. Men at Work vs. Manny Fernandez & Bart Sawyer

2. Kurasawa vs. Buck Quartermaine

3. Disco Inferno Promo

4. V.K. Wallstreet vs. Frankie Lancaster

5. Buddy Valentine vs. Hugh Morrus

6. Craig Pittman & Teddy Long interview

7. WCW Motorsports

8. One Man Gang vs. Cobra

9. Prime Cut “Moo Match” of the Week: The Nasty Boys vs. Public Enemy

        
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