Triple H: WWE COO suffered nasty second-degree burns before huge match with Brock Lesnar

Triple H suffers bad burns

Just before his huge match with Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 29 in 2013, WWE COO Triple H suffered some nasty second-degree burns.

You're guaranteed to be hurting after a match with Brock Lesnar, but it was actually his entrance that gave Triple H the most pain at WrestleMania 29.

The big show, which was held at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey, saw Triple H face Brock Lesnar in a No Holds Barred match, with HHH having an elaborate entrance for the big occasion. 

Triple H walked to the ring through some smoke, which was caused by dry ice, and things didn't go to the plan. The dry ice stuck to the former WWE Champion's body and badly burnt him. 

Triple H felt some discomfort and burning on his body, but didn't realise why, until he looked down and realised that the dry ice had stuck to his body.

The 52-year-old tried to brush the dry ice off his body as he walked down to the ring, but the ice wouldn't budge, leaving him with nasty second-degree burns.

Triple H didn't let his burns get the better of him, as the WWE Hall of Famer went on to wrestle Brock Lesnar for thirty minutes in a gruelling match.

Triple H has since spoken about the incident (which you can see above), and also shared a picture of his burns on Twitter the day after WrestleMania 29.

Triple H isn't the only WWE star to have been badly burned before a big match, as The Undertaker suffered third-degree burns before a big match in 2010, which you can read more about by clicking here.

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