Triple H has today hosted a Twitter question and answer session with fans ahead of NXT Takeover: R Evolution.
The WWE Universe asked the Game many questions regarding the stars of NXT and what could expect to see on tonight's show.
Triple H did a great job at building the show up and it was a very memorable night in NXT history, but there was one question aimed towards the future of the main roster.
Focussing on what everyone feels will be the dream match of the year in 2015, a fan questioned about Triple vs Sting.
The two legends are rumoured to be set for a WrestleMania showdown and have been linked together ever since Sting cost Team Authority the win and their power at Survivor Series last month.
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When asked via Twitter how the King of Kings thinks he would fair against Sting, Triple H replied:
"No matter what it would be epic" - Triple H on a potential match with Sting
For the majority of 2014, fans have expected to see the ultimate dream clash of Sting vs The Undertaker at WrestleMania XXXI next year.
However the future of the Undertaker is still up in the air and the events of Survivor Series certainly keep Triple H as a big prospect for Sting.
Nobody expects Sting to compete in more than one match in the WWE but it was recently revealed that he has signed on for a total of six appearances.
We saw the first one at Survivor Series leaving many people wondering when the final five will come.
NXT is all about trying to shape the future of the WWE and training the superstars of tomorrow.
NXT stars such as the new NXT Champion Sami Zayn, the former champion Adrian Neville and the tag team the Ascension are all expected to make it to the main roster one day.
Former NXT graduates are already taking the big roles in WWE with all three members of the former Shield coming from the development program.
With a view of the future in mind, one Twitter user asked if there will ever be a stand-off between the NXT and WWE rosters?
In the typical 'best for business' style, Triple H was not about to turn that option down, replying with:
"Not that I'm aware of but never say never"