Triple H Health Update – Will He Be Cleared For Extreme Rules?

Dot com has a new article online with an injury update on Triple H. The piece notes an MRI revealed he did not have a scaphoid fracture but a carpal sprain and contusion to his left wrist.

Dr. Michael Sampson is quoted in the piece.

“He’ll be able to train with a splint on, but he’ll be cutting it close coming into Extreme Rules, as far as being ready [to compete],” Dr. Sampson said.

Click here for a photo of Hunter getting the MRI.

Triple H suffered the injury in his No Holds Barred match against Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania 29 on Sunday, April 7, 2013.

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    • Richard Gray

      The injury is legit but Hunter is in the plans for Extreme Rules

  • Xavier

    I have no problem with this rubber match as long as this match is used to reestablish Lesnar as a real dominate monster heel headed forward. This is match that Lesnar has to win or he’ll lose appeal among a good majority of the wrestling fans out there. There are a lot of great feuds out there for Lesnar against guys like Punk, Taker, Ryback, Sheamus, maybe Orton and maybe a possible rematch with Cena out there that have the ability too draw big so a win here is a must.

    • JohnnyC

      It would be pretty stupid for Hunter to win. But WWE has done more stupid stuff before. (Letting Cena’s MITB match go last. A match that qualities for a title match went on after the actual title match.

      • Xavier

        What title match. Punk didn’t even defend at the strap at TLC, or were you talking about the Sheamus/Big Show match?

        • JohnnyC

          I mean at the MiTB PPV last year.

          • Xavier

            Oh okay, yeah I agree. Punk/Bryan should of closed. But I’ve seen way worse decisions done by WWE booking then that.

          • JohnnyC

            *remembers that Cena/Big Johnny went last instead of Punk and Bryan’s first PPV title match*