Deceased Wrestling Veteran’s Brother Once Beat Up Triple H and His Friends Bad

Published 06/23/2022, 8:30 AM EDT

Pro wrestling is one of the most popular forms of sports entertainment. Likewise, wrestlers must perform immaculately in the match. In order to keep everything in order throughout the match, WWE referees play a significant role. There have also been many instances where officials have had to engage with the talent in a game. The rivalry between Triple H and Earl Hebner was one of the most famous in the WWE universe.

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Hebner and HHH have engaged in physical confrontations in the middle of the ring on several occasions, with the veteran always defending himself.

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Recently, on Twitter, a video of Hebner confronting the HHH and the DX gang has resurfaced. Although, this match wasn’t taped, and it appears to be from an interesting house show match. How heated this rivalry was is evident in the video for the whole WWE fanbase to watch.

The legendary WWE referee attacked H and the DX gang after HHH pushed Hebner. After he knocks them severely, ‘The Dudley Boyz’ entered the ring, raised Hebner’s hand, and performed the iconic DX gang moves.

This was not the only time that a WWE referee attacked the superstar. Additionally, WWE has used referees in a variety of plot lines, and some famous superstars have served as referees for important main events. Notably, Shawn Michaels served as a special referee during the WrestleMania 28 bout between The Undertaker and Triple H.

Triple H returned to WWE

It’s been a very long time since ‘The Game’ last appeared in WWE. H had departed the WWE complex because of his medical difficulties. However, he reportedly returned a few days earlier. Additionally, new reports suggested he is back again at the WWE’s Performance Center on June 22.

Wrestler Triple H attends WrestleMania XXVII at Georgia Dome on April 3, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by George Napolitano/FilmMagic)

On Twitter, John Pollock of PostWrestlingCafe.com stated, “According to multiple sources, Paul Levesque was in Orlando today and spoke at the Performance Center. Of the people I heard from, Levesque stated ‘he’s back.”

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In case you didn’t know, H has left the ring due to cardiac problems. However, given that Mr. McMahon also resigned following the recent incident, it is unclear from the reports exactly what that implies. Nonetheless, the WWE fans began looking forward to his comeback as the news spread.

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Adarsh Ojha

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Adarsh Ojha is a WWE and AEW Author at EssentiallySports. Before joining EssentiallySports, he gained valuable experience at Zee Entertainment and Awadh TV as a copywriter. An ardent fan of John Cena, Adarsh has earned his bachelor's degree in Broadcast and Communication.

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