Triple H sends UK crowd crazy at live event with possible UK WrestleMania comments

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The WWE have made plenty of waves during their live events as of late.

At the centre of the vast majority of headlines has been the man responsible for overseeing the events himself, Triple H.

First of all, we saw the King of Kings twerking with the New Day in Chile in a moment that drove the internet wild.

Then, as the WWE kicked off their European tour in the UK, HHH became an honourary third member of the Shield the same way Kurt Angle did at the Tables, Ladders & Chairs pay-per-view.

The Hounds of Justice have been a man down for a few weeks now since Roman Reigns was struck down with a viral infection, but HHH's tiny run with The Shield has been fun for the fans.

However, the Cerebral Assasin took things a step further at a live event in London on Friday night.

It's no secret that Triple H's influence in the company has grown over the past few years and the fans at Wembley Arena believed they might be able to convince him they deserve to have WrestleMania brought to the UK.

As you can see from the video below, Triple H addressed the crowd after their live event match:

As Seth Rollins had the mic, the fans erupted in "WrestleMania," chants and the Architect passed it to Triple H joking that it "was a question for this guy."

Triple H played like he wasn't understanding the crowd, asking "you guys want an event In Transylvania?" He said that he couldn't understand them because of their accent before finally addressing the chant.

"There's only one guy that can make that decision for ya [Vince McMahon], but unfortunately he's not here," Triple H said. "If you're loud enough, maybe he can hear you on the other side of the Pond. Try again!"

As the crowd loudly resumed their "WrestleMania" chant, Rollins quipped, "If it were up to me, I'd give them WrestleMania," to which Ambrose agreed.

It's often been said that the reason the Raw after WrestleMania is so special is because a large contingent of UK-based fans make the trip provide a football/soccer-like atmosphere.

It seems a matter of when, not if the UK get a pay-per-view, but WrestleMania is another question.

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