Triple H Mocks Deontay Wilder For His Tyson Fury Loss Excuse
It's been a long month since Tyson Fury defeated Deontay Wilder to become the world heavyweight champion but the Bronze Bomber is still getting mocked for his post fight excuses.
The rematch between Fury and Wilder now seems like another lifetime ago, even all the fall out and talk of their trilogy fight, but clearly WWE legend Triple H hasn't forgotten about it all.
ESPN put on WrestleMania 30 for fans to get excited for this year's show, which is just 12 days away, and 'Trips' used Wilder's own excuse about the ring walk gear as the reason for his loss against Daniel Bryan.
Just as an FYI- Triple H (@TripleH) March 23, 2020
That entrance costume was super heavy ....
Like 45 lbs .....
My legs were shot...
Only reason Daniel beat me !!!!!! https://t.co/iyYdTLw50t
Triple H, real name Paul Levesque, was ringside for the fight between the two formerly undefeated heavyweights and was cheering on Fury.
Following his fight against Otto Wallin last least, the British boxer became involved in WWE and even made his wrestling debut against Braun Strowman in Saudi Arabia at the Crown Jewel show, and there were rumours he would play some part in 'Mania' this year.
At Wrestlemania 30 Triple H faced Daniel Bryan in the opening match as part of a long running feud between the two Superstars, with the winner being added to the main event for the WWE World Heavyweight championship.
As his excuse reveals, 'The Game' lost to Bryan, who he'd desperately been trying to keep away from the title, only for the fan favourite to go on the main event and beat Batista and Randy Orton to win the title, to a huge ovation.
With Covid-19 now running wild it seems highly unlikely that the WBC champion will take part on the 'grandest stage of all' this year.
The show of the immortals is still going on, despite most sports events being cancelled or postponed, although instead of taking place in a stadium in Tampa it will be in WWE's Performance Centre in Orlando.
WrestleMania 36 will be taped later this week and take place over two nights on April 4th and 5th, which is completely unprecedented for WWE.