BREAKING: At Last Triple H Announces Retirement — See What Influenced His Decision…

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Triple H finally saying goodbye to the WWE ring. His disappearance has quite given birth to something strange.

The answer to that question remains up in the air after it was revealed by Daily Wrestling news and The Inquisitor that Triple H asked to be taken off WWE’s live draft last month due to his future in wrestling being uncertain. While it doesn’t look like his career will end abruptly, some signs seem to point to WrestleMania 33 being the next and last match of his storied career.

According to Daily Wrestling News, it was Triple H himself who pulled his name out of the draft list, as his future as a performer remains uncertain.” It is also being said that his next match will be at WrestleMania 33 against a young and upcoming talent. Some websites are speculating that this will be Shinsuke Nakamura or Finn Balor, both men that he has mentored down in NXT, but some are saying it could be a superstar that hasn’t even made the main roster yet.

WWE fans last same Triple H when he lost to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 32 for The WWE World Heavyweight Championship. Triple H hasn’t made an appearance since the defeat to the former Shield member, but many believed that he would come back to take on Seth Rollins at Summerslam, which has now been proven false thanks to The WWE Universal Championship match between Finn Balor and Seth Rollins at Summerslam.

Should Triple H end his in ring career? While some fans might think The Game’s in ring run with The WWE may be over, others would argue that he is still too valuable of a talent to just let slip into retirement. He is a man capable of making names for younger superstars and that’s what WWE needs to utilize him for right now. As for WrestleMania 33, he should definitely go up against one of the superstars he mentored in NXT.