These days at WWE house shows, literally anything can happen, and one of WWE's most recent house shows in Glasgow was evidence of just that.
For the time being, WWE fans have not been able to witness the return of The Shield in a match due to Roman Reigns being out of action with medical issues. Triple H has been booked to fill his place as a star name on the company's European tour.
Little did fans know though, The Game would go all out in replacing The Big Dog, and actually team up with other Shield members Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins in their matches, with riot gear on, being part of the triple powerbomb, as well as the iconic fist bump.
It was strange for some WWE fans to witness Triple H being so comfortable with The Shield due to his history with the group as part of The Authority in the past, as well as the fact only months prior, he was involved in an intense feud with Rollins that culminated with a match at WrestleMania 33.
Yet, WWE house show should essentially be classed as special occasions, and they're not entirely taken seriously. They're a lot of fun to watch and usually what happens there is just to entertain the crowd on that night, which was why The Game became an honourary Shield member.
So with that in mind, Triple H being part of The Shield is unlikely to be recognized on WWE television despite how much the company posted pictures of him as a member of the group on social media. They were there just to have a good time like the rest of us.
Their match against The Bar and Bray Wyatt did have a hilarious moment, as Triple H, Rollins & Ambrose were all going for a triple, suicide dive. However, The Game had second thoughts, and bailed out of the move at the last minute, opting to just navigate through the ropes slowly instead.
When was the last time you saw Triple H do an aerial move anyways? We should have seen this coming.
Sierra, Hunter, Hearst, Helmsley, India, Echo, Lima, Delta isn't going to be catching on anytime soon.