Posted by undertaker on Sunday, April 7, 2013 | 0 Comment
HHH defed Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 29 Results
Triple H def. Brock Lesnar (No Holds Barred Match; If Lesnar won, Triple H would have had to retire)
Triple H had everything to lose in his No Holds Barred showdown with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 29: his dignity, his family’s honor, but most importantly, his legendary career in the squared circle. Risking it all to gain retribution on The Anomaly, The Cerebral Assassin was able to overcome Lesnar’s brute force and pummeling power, finally felling the mighty brawler with a devastating Pedigree onto steel steps, ensuring that his career in the squared circle will continue.
Both competitors were all-business as they approached the ring at sold-out MetLife Stadium. The Game had anger in his eyes, vividly recalling the two times Brock Lesnar broke his arm with the Kimura Lock. The vicious F-5 that left his father-in-law, Mr. McMahon, with a broken hip was fresh in Triple H’s mind as he rained blows down upon the massive mixed martial artist. Lesnar regained control of the bout early with vicious knees, though.
The ring couldn’t contain the two self-professed asskickers. The Game and Lesnar quickly spilled to the floor of MetLife Stadium, pummeling each other with anything and everything within arm’s reach. Triple H sent Lesnar crashing into the ringside barricade, and The Anomaly drove Triple H’s sternum into the announcers’ table in return.
Lesnar grabbed a chair minutes into the match, but The Cerebral Assassin evaded the steely blows. It was the furious NCAA Heavyweight Champion’s wrestling knowledge that earned him the advantage, gaining control with a big belly-to-belly suplex on the stadium floor.
The Game’s arm was on the verge of snapping, as it had twice before, but Triple H mustered the strength to lift Lesnar and fall back, breaking the dangerous hold. He followed up by using the No Holds Barred rules to his advantage, crumpling Lesnar with a below-the-belt blow.
Triple H then focused his attack on Lesnar’s arm, wrapping it around the ring post and slamming a steel chair into it. The Game stayed on top of Lesnar, sandwiching the monster’s arm in between the chair and the ring steps before using the chair again.
The WWE Universe was shocked by The Game’s next move, as he snared Lesnar’s arm in the Kimura Lock. Heyman tried to save his client with the chair, but Michaels took the slimy manager out of action with Sweet Chin Music.
Lesnar was on the verge of tapping out on three occasions, but The Anomaly used his unbelievable strength to battle back to his feet and slam Triple H into the steel steps. Triple H used a DDT to drive Lesnar’s head into the steel before grabbing his sledgehammer and driving it into Lesnar’s skull. He then let out a war cry that could be heard in Lower Manhattan as Lesnar struggled to his feet over the steps. The King of Kings saw his opening, climbed atop the steps and planted Lesnar into the steel with a skull-thudding Pedigree for the victory, ensuring that Triple H will live to fight another day.