— WWE’s No Way Out pay-per-view will feature more than just steel cage matches. The idea behind the pay-per-view is to have matches that have no escape or are tough to escape from. Expect to see a Strap Match and a Lumberjack Match. The Strap Match will likely be between Big Show and Cody Rhodes.
— WWE’s website has a new storyline article up wondering if Triple H will truly be able to bounce back from the injury that he suffered at the hands of Brock Lesnar a few weeks back. They point out that The Game won’t be able to get physical on this week’s RAW Supershow where he will appear live to address the former UFC Champion. They wrote:
“What Lesnar did was more impactful than the previous injuries because of the way the former UFC Heavyweight Champion maliciously bent The Game to his will in a way the future Hall of Famer and now COO has never experienced before (if you’re curious as to just how painful Lesnar’s Kimura Lock is, take it from one of the greatest fighting families of all time: it is as devastating a maneuver as there is).
It’s easy to understand the concern of some that, while Triple H may physically recover, he’ll have trouble shaking the mental aftereffects of the attack. True, he will not be himself on Raw SuperShow this Monday, but that’s because physically he can’t be. The Game won’t level Lesnar with a Pedigree or swing his sledgehammer at his attacker because a) Lesnar quit WWE last Monday and, more importantly, b) he is physically unable to do so. Triple H will have obstacles to overcome beyond the physical rehabilitation process.
Mentally, he will have to overcome replaying the bone-snapping attack in his mind, the way ut has been replayed on WWE television around the globe. It’s likely the memory of Lesnar’s intentional assault will linger with him for some time, and this is the point where the aftershock is the strongest. Triple H will be at Raw SuperShow Monday, but he will be more vulnerable, in all senses of the word, than we’re used to seeing him.”