Triple H Open To Doing A "One World Tour" For Final WWE Run
One last run for The Game could be on the cards
Since becoming a part-time Superstar and taking up more responsibilities backstage, Triple H has only sporadically stepped inside the squared circle on WWE TV. The Game has often made time to wrestle on international house shows, though, and he wrestled on live events in India, Chile, the United Kingdom, Japan, the United Arab Emirates and Portugal between 2016 and 2019.
Triple H hasn't stepped in the ring since June 2019, but he revealed on Cheap Heat with Peter Rosenberg that he is open to embarking on a 'one world tour' for his final WWE run if he has the time.
"I would like to do if I was able to do it, and this would be a big if because of the time challenge of it, but to be able to go to different markets and be able to wrestle there and do like a 'one world tour' where you go to the big venues and try not to get injured. One big tour and go to Japan and go to the O2 in London and just all these different arenas. Go to the Garden one more time, go to Chicago one more time, go to LA one more time. Do these big things, Mexico City," Triple H said.
"To have those moments in those big arenas because to me it's about the different fans - it's not just about that big WrestleMania moment - and the different markets and the feel there and the people there.
"If I was to do it in that manner and the people that I would want to do it with, yeah. I wouldn't be looking to do it with somebody that I had a long-term history with... But again, it's not in the front of my head. It seems to bother everybody else more than it bothers me."