TRIPLE H made a triumphant return to WWE as he defeated Rusev in Chile on Sunday.
The Bulgarian Bulldozer was no match for the 14-time world champion as The Game secured the pinfall after delivering a devastating Pedigree in Santiago.
He was quickly joined in the ring by former tag team champs The New Day who persuaded The Game to join them in a celebration dance, much to the delight of the sold out crowd.
But the Cerebral Assassin quickly reverted back to type after briefly entertaining fans with his moves and sucker-punched Kofi Kingston and hit him with another Pedigree before making a sharp exit.
Triple H followed fellow legend Kurt Angle by making a sensational comeback to the ring.
The King of Kings announced his comeback on Saturday for his first match since WrestleMania.
The 48-year-old 14-time world champion stepped back between the ropes to replace Kevin Owens during WWE’s tour of South America.
Owens returned home from the trip earlier this week due a family issue.
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WWE has been in turmoil after an outbreak of meningitis tore throw the Monday Night Raw roster and caused havoc for Sunday’s Tables, Ladders and Chairs pay-per-view.
Roman Reigns is one of the stars struck down by the illness, causing him to pull out of the main event.
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But Raw GM Angle stepped-up to the plate and will wrestle in the WWE for the first time in 11 years when he joins The Shield to take on The Miz, The Bar, Kane and Braun Strowman.
Former heavyweight champ Bray Wyatt is another to pull out of the showcase due to the viral infection.
AJ Styles has alsow left the SmackDown brand’s tour in Chile and is flying to Minneapolis to appear at TLC.
He will fill in for Wyatt against Finn Balor at the event.
Following the illness outbreak, wrestling fans were worried for the health of Owens after news of his departure was leaked.
But he quickly took to Twitter to address those fears.
He wrote: “I’m not sick. I’m not hurt. My family needed me home.
“Thank you to @WWE & the fans in Argentina and Chile for their support and understanding.”
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