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article imageWWE News: Triple H Appears Uninjured in Las Vegas After Attack

By Chris Humphrey     May 5, 2012 in Sports
This past Monday on Raw SuperShow, Triple H was the latest victim of Brock Lesnar and his dangerous Kimura submission hold as the WWE reported that the Game’s left arm was broken following the attack at the top of the show.
Unless the COO of the WWE can heal at very rapid rate since Monday's episode of Raw, Triple H made a kayfabe mistake Friday night as he was photographed without showing any effects of the Kimura at a Criss Angel show in Las Vegas.
Here’s the picture that Angel tweeted to his followers last night with Triple H and his wife, Stephanie McMahon.
After the picture was sent out earlier this morning, the WWE Insider Twitter account tried its best to cover the tracks of Triple H to keep up with the storyline of an arm injury that he suffered at the hands of Lesnar.
Even though it was a bit of a weak excuse by the WWE, the reasoning does let them continue the broken arm storyline as the left arm of Triple H could not be seen behind Angel’s back in either photos on Twitter.
With his feud against John Cena over following their match at Extreme Rules, it has been rumored that Lesnar and Triple would meet in a main event match at the WWE’s second biggest event of the year, SummerSlam, in Los Angeles.
The possibility of Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam should be an equally good if not better match than the brutal encounter between Lesnar and Cena at Extreme Rules last weekend.
With the broken arm angle still in place after the near kayfabe breaking picture, do you want to see Lesnar and Triple H go at it at SummerSlam or would you rather see Lesnar fight someone else next?
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