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Triple H and Stephanie McMahoncredit: wwe.com

Triple H has not been seen on WWE programming since losing to Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 33. The Game was on a mission to shut down his former protege, while The Man was out to reclaim the soul he once sold to the boss.

He received 10 pounds of gold in exchange for selling out his brothers in The Shield. But when things went sour, Triple H betrayed him.

The Game came out with the loss at ‘Mania, but that does not mean he’s finished. Fans fully expect him to be back in action at some point, though he’s no longer a full-time Superstar. Hunter is still on top, he’s still the primary corporate heel and he is still capable of turning Monday Night Raw upside down.

But when will he make his presence known in WWE again?

    

The Game’s arrival is imminent.

Though he’s likely always behind the scenes when WWE goes live, it’s the anticipation of seeing him back that’s key to his return. If he were a full-time character on TV, fans would have no reason to care that much about what he does next.

But since he’s gone dark, fans know the time is drawing near.

The biggest reasons for that are Rollins and Samoa Joe. The latter has made it known he’s determined to take the former down. Citing Stephanie McMahon’s table bump at ‘Mania as the primary reason, Joe is out for blood against the man who left The Authority in pieces at The Show of Shows.

Seth Rollins vs. Samoa Joe on Raw

Seth Rollins vs. Samoa Joe on Rawcredit: wwe.com

Rollins and Joe need proper time to continue their feud, so The Game is surely waiting for the right moment to strike. 

The closer WWE gets to Extreme Rules, the more likely it is Triple H is on his way back. The Raw-exclusive event is happening on Sunday, June 4 in Baltimore. That means Hunter could be back on TV as early as May 23, the night after SmackDown Live’s Backlash pay-per-view.

Why give away his return? WWE could decide to save that moment for Extreme Rules, then bring him to Raw on June 5. Either way, his Monday night comeback may not be the news here; his next feud could be.

   

Many fans believe Rollins will once again face Triple H. 

Rollins won at WrestleMania, which likely should have been the end of their feud. They had one night to give everything they had, to wrap up the betrayal storyline, then move on to the next event. A babyface win over such a legendary heel should have been the last chapter.

But Joe has kept the feud between Hunter and Rollins alive. 

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