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Triple H Asked Trump to Return to WWE TV

Republican presidential candidate, businessman Donald Trump stands during the Fox Business Network Republican presidential debate at the North Charleston Coliseum, Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016, in North Charleston, S.C. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)

Triple H spoke with CNBC about a lot of topics including president-elect Donald Trump. In case you forgot, back in 2007, WWE did a storyline that saw Trump pick Bobby Lashley to face Umaga, who was represented by Vince McMahon, at WrestleMania 23. The big stimulation of the match was that the losing representative would have his head shaved.

Although he did not give a direct answer, HHH did have to say  “Wouldn’t that be something, see who gets their head shaved.”

Triple H added that WWE has done a lot with Trump over the years and that he has been a great supporter of the company . “We’ve had events at his building, he’s been a participant at Wrestlemania … it’s great to see him have the success he is having.”

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