Brock Lesnar is an uncontrollable beast and a legit scary one at that. Dude came out bashing a steel chair on the entrance ramp like a maniac and not one to be incited. But Triple H keeps poking the monster, attacking Lesnar's manager, Paul Heyman (at his smarmy best), during the contract signing for their WrestleMania match.
Sure, Heyman made a sexist remark about Mr. H's wife, Stephanie (c'mon, Paul E., women are not property to be won or lost in wrestling matches in the year 2013), but Triple H took it too far, pummeling a guy that's not a fighter and giving him a pink belly. Trips did manage to control himself enough not to sign the contract with Heyman's blood (it is a PG show, after all). So good on you for the restraint, H.
So the WrestleMania match is set with Triple H's career on the line in a no-holds-barred match, which if it sounds familiar, is. WWE annually tries to make us care about whether Triple H wrestles two to three times a year, and it always feels hollow. Triple H, you're the new Vince McMahon. Why don't you stick with your new calling?
This would be a good time for Triple H to go out, putting over the unstoppable (except when he fights John Cena) beast that's supposed to headline next year's WrestleMania (presumably, against The Rock). But that's likely not the case since this is the end of the feud, and Triple H always wins in the end (unless it's The Undertaker at WrestleMania), so Brock, get ready to play The Game that never ends.