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WrestleMania 29 Coverage: No Holds Barred Match

No Holds Barred Match: Brock Lesnar (w/Paul Heyman) vs. Triple H (w/Shawn Michaels)
They brawl all around the ring and then Triple H sends Lesnar to the outside. Triple H sends Lesnar into the announce table. Lesnar comes back and beats Triple H down and tosses him back into the ring. Triple H connects with a high knee and tosses Lesnar to the floor. Triple H slams Lesnar’s head into the steel steps, but Lesnar takes him down with a belly-to-belly suplex. Lesnar slams Triple H into the announce table. Lesnar slams Triple H onto the announce table and it collapses. Lesnar delivers a knee to the midsection and another belly-to-belly suplex. Lesnar stomps away on Triple H and takes him down with a big clothesline. Lesnar delivers some knees in the corner, but Triple H fights back briefly. Lesnar takes Triple H down with another belly-to-belly suplex and goes for the cover, but only gets a two count. Lesnar German suplexes Triple H and goes for another cover, but Triple H kicks out. Lesnar lands some right hands in the corner, but Triple H reverses and lands some rights of his own. Lesnar sends Triple H to the outside. Lesnar looks at Michaels, and Triple H clotheslines Lesnar down on the floor. Triple H sends Lesnar over the barricade, and then slams him on the floor. Triple H tosses Lesnar back into the ring, but Lesnar catches him in another German Suplex. Lesnar levels Michaels for good measure. Triple H takes Lesnar down with a spinebuster and sets up for the Pedigree, but Lesnar counters for the F5. Michaels gets into the ring, but Lesnar hits him with an F5. Triple H delivers the Pedigree to Lesnar, but Lesnar kicks out at two. Triple H grabs the sledgehammer and swings it, but Lesnar ducks and delivers the F5. Lesnar goes for the cover, but Triple H kicks out at two. Back on the outside, Lesnar slams Triple H into the steel steps. Lesnar picks up the steps and slams them into Triple H’s head and then tosses them into the ring. Lesnar does the throat slash gesture and nails Triple H with the steps again and goes for the cover, but Triple H kicks out at two. Triple H slaps Lesnar in the face, and Lesnar locks in the Kimora Lock, but Triple H backs him into the corner. Lesnar locks it in again, but Triple H slams him on the mat. Lesnar goes shoulder-first into the ring post and Triple H delivers a low blow. Triple H slams Lensar’s arm into the ring post and hits it with a steel chair a couple of times. Triple H locks in the Kimora Lock on Lesnar, and Michaels knocks Heyman out with Sweet Chin Music. Lesnar lifts Triple H up and slams him on the steps. Triple H locks it in again, and Lesnar slams him on the steps again. Triple H locks it in a third time, and Lesnar goes to slam Triple H, but Triple H delivers a DDT. Triple H grabs the sledgehammer, and nails Lesnar in the head with it. Triple H Pedigrees Lensar on the steps and gets the pin fall.
Winner: Triple H.

We get a video preview for Extreme Rules, which is on May 19th.

The Hall of Fame inductees make their way to the stage.

We also get the first WrestleMania XXX video. April 6, 2014 from New Orleans.

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26 Responses

  1. Adurka Durk says:

    My body is ready.

  2. -J- says:

    brock looks like he will destroy trips.

  3. jim says:

    Brock lesnar #dontskiplegday

  4. jim says:

    What’s up with brock looking like he got his ass kicked before the katch

  5. david says:

    Thanks Trips for stealing the spotlight. Should have been someone else here. Retire already. At least Rock and Taker aren’t still around strictly to attempt to remain relevant. Instead of thinking you’re bigger than you actually are you should be putting over guys like Drew, DiBiase, etc

  6. Prince Dann says:

    Waiting for a Stephanie appearance.. would love stereo pedigrees!

  7. MattR says:

    They fixed the fail table problem apparently.

  8. -J- says:

    that’s how you break an announce table sick suplexes.

  9. MoneyInTheBank187 says:

    Brock always looks like he can destroy anyone. I predict someone gets sent to the hospital even possibly HBK or Heyman.

  10. The Sheild says:

    I generally don’t defend HHH but he lost Lesner twice last year, lost twice to Taker before that, & he lost to Sheamus in his last major angle, it kind of makes sense he wind this one.

  11. Ryan says:

    out comes road dogg billy gunn and xpac for a dx reunion to beat lesner

  12. jim says:

    Note to self. In desperate situation… dx chop than a low blow.

  13. Prince Dann says:

    @David completely disagree. Triple H is one of the biggest stars of the past 20 years, and it was his talent that got him there. Say what you want about the family connection, anything, but he got himself over.

    I’ve alwayt been a fan, and now, in the winter of his career. I’ll be a fan.

  14. Skeeter Valentine says:

    This match makes my head hurt

  15. -J- says:

    good match trips wins with pedigree on the steel steps.

  16. Z-BoB says:

    Pretty good match, just hard to follow punk taker

  17. Rcwastorm says:

    Any chance of this mania becoming a little less predictable? Please?

    Good match but I want to be surprised at some point

  18. eddie says:

    David I think ur wrong HHH would remain relevant without this match he’s gonna run company after Vince. As good as Taker is if he doesn’t wrestle at mania he’s not gonna be that relevant in say 10 years and HHH will be just not as a wrestler. As far as rock goes wish he would go away and stay gone

  19. Wrestlin Xpert says:

    Congrats Triple H, you can continue to wrestle 3 times a year. But in all seriousness, hes gonna pull a Rock, and announce on Raw tomorrow that hes gonna have a WWE title fight at Royle Rumble

  20. Adurka Durk says:

    He made himself a star. He’s never done anything exceptionally well except blade.

    He has never been and will never be a Rock or Austin. He’s not even as cross over friendly as Jerucho and typically puts on less awesome matches than Jericho.

    He made himself a headliner. Which isn’t a bad thing. It’s a fake and idiotic industry. Politic all you want.

    But don’t act like the crowd made him what he is. He put himself in that position.

  21. Mackdeezy says:

    Amen prince dann, triple h earned his rights, as Undertaker said in reference to the curtain call incident: “when he took his punishment and didnt complain he earned my respect.”

  22. gerry says:

    Ohh crap the bella twins are in the main event

  23. thrilledfan says:

    Aww i was hopeing for a game over. I have never been a fan of trips. He can think so all he wants but he will never be as good as hbk or taker or ric flair

  24. david says:

    @ Prince

    Trips thinks he is and well he is great maybe even in the top 30 or at least top 50 best ever he’s not up there with the all time greats like he thinks he is. Maybe if the didnt steal the spotlight out of his own ego and put over more guys. This is the same guy with a huge enough ego to hold GOLDBERG back.

    He deserves no more than 8 world title reigns and the majority of them were handed to him. I was a huge fan of him back in the attitude era and after his return in 2002 but after that he let his ego run wild just like Hogan did. Guys like Kane and Christian deserve a big match FAR more than Trips does. At the least Trips should be putting over the young guys being good enhancement talents. That’s what true greats like Jericho, Christian, Kane, Taker, etc do. Triple H just isn’t up there thanks to his ego.

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