WWE: Triple H's new vine is even funnier than Randy Orton's

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No matter how badly WWE might be doing financially, the product still remains so popular with its legions of fans. Particularly on the internet, WWE fans are some of the most active and engaged sports entertainment fans, with the latest trend of WWE vines sweeping across the internet showing how many fans out there just love a bit of WWE fun.

Unless you've been living in a cave in the last few weeks, you will have certainly come across one of Randy Orton's RKO vines in which he uses his finisher on a couple of toddlers in one of them. Well this time, it's Triple H in his own funny vine as he dominates somebody trying to dive off a diving board. It's classic, and HERE IS THE LINK FOR THE VINE.

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Vines taking over the internet

Randy Orton's RKO vines appeared a couple of weeks ago, and a compilation video of them all has now amassed a steady 2.6 million views on YouTube. Triple H's vine appeared earlier this week and has had over 1.5m loops.

In the vine an average sized man attempts to dive off a diving board before he slips and falls on his head. Naturally, Triple H steps in on the vine with a steel chair and smashes the guy onto the board and into the pool. Awesome stuff.

WWE taking over the internet

WWE is not just taking over the internet because of these epic vines, such as the ones in the video below. Wrestling is just so popular and it doesn't look like it's about to lose it's popularity anytime soon.

The company may have fallen on hard times this year with a somewhat failed attempt to establish a subscription-based streaming service called WWE Network, but WWE still remains the top searched sports entertainment organization in the world.

And wrestlers such as CM Punk are amongst some of the most searched sports stars this year. Punk has left WWE, but there are still plenty of superstars left to keep the company in rude health for years to come.


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