Triple H, also known as Paul Levesque, didn’t hold back when asked about the worst guest host experience on WWE Raw. The recipient of Triple H’s disdain? None other than the prominent American civil rights activist and politician, Al Sharpton.
Levesque, famous for his signature move, the Pedigree, expressed a desire to deliver his finishing manoeuvre to Sharpton during an interview with Movie Fone, labelling the activist’s appearance as the “worst ever” in the history of Raw guest hosts. During the interview, Levesque detailed the incident, highlighting Sharpton’s lacklustre effort and apparent disinterest in the event.
According to Levesque, Sharpton made a tardy entrance just ten minutes before his scheduled appearance, fulfilled his duties on the show, and promptly left a mere five minutes later. The wrestling icon expressed disappointment in Sharpton’s seemingly indifferent attitude, claiming that the activist had essentially “phoned it in.”
But you know who I would have liked to pedigree is Al Sharpton. Al Sharpton was the guest host, and he showed up ten minutes before he did his thing, he did it, and he left five minutes later. He couldn’t have cared less, he phoned it in. It was the worst appearance ever.
Why Was Triple H Missing From WWE Raw?
According to Dave Meltzer, Triple H was absent from a recent WWE Raw due to he and Nick Khan trying to finalise a television deal. Meltzer stated that Levesque and Khan were in Los Angeles for meetings which meant that Levesque could not attend Raw.