Although he hasn't been seen on Monday Night RAW since his WrestleMania 33 loss against Seth Rollins, it's clear that Triple H is always ready and in shape to compete whenever it's necessary.
The Game now only competes in the biggest matches possible, and only a handful of WWE stars will be lucky enough to lure him out of his suit and into his wrestling gear to kick off what's always an entertaining feud.
Nobody knows what that next match will be, but everyone remembers the massive hints he and The Rock dropped backstage when The Great One made a surprising one-night return.
Nothing has come to fruition considering they're both so busy with their schedules, but The Game revealed that a match between the pair has been discussed for WrestleMania and while it's looking unlikely now, the two will compete down the line.
Speaking on Facebook Live while visiting India, Triple H said: "About two years ago, he and I did a backstage promo with each other where we talked about WrestleMania and the competitive nature of that and it lit the internet about the possibility of it.
"It's something we've discussed. It's just making schedules work.
"He's pretty busy - me too - so it's making schedules work. But look, right place, right time, I'll dance one more time with 'The Great One', Rock."
Regardless of how fans feel towards Triple H, a match against The Rock at the Grandest Stage of Them All would be nostalgic and a great scene, in what could surely be the final time they ever compete inside of a WWE ring.
The Rock has drawn criticism for 'selling out' WWE and turning into a Hollywood megastar, but Triple H jumped to his defence and said The Rock is still WWE at his core.
He added: "Do you know the one thing about The Rock is that he's in Hollywood, he's making movies, and doing a million different things, but in his heart, he's still WWE. And if you're a fan of his, don't ever think differently because I know how he is.
"He can make all the movies he wants, do all the projects he wants, as can I, but there is nothing in the world like standing in front of the WWE Universe and have that whether it's 5,000 or 100,000, just going crazy, and knowing that you have those emotions in the palm of your hand, and can control that. There's no feeling in the world like that. And I think that's just who he is."
Hopefully, the kind words give The Rock enough motivation to make one last return.
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