Bow down to the, bow down to the queen. No, we’re not talking about you, Charlotte Flair: On Monday’s “Raw,” Triple H’s wife and the chief brand officer of WWE Stephanie McMahon slammed Ronda Rousey through a table.
McMahon, the daughter of WWE Chairman Vince McMahon, will team up with Triple H at this weekend’s WrestleMania 34 against Rousey and Kurt Angle in a mixed tag team match. But first they had to get through last night’s press conference together, one that was (poorly, given how it broke down) moderated by Jonathan Coachman.
The photo op devolved into a fracas, which escalated when Triple H bonked Angle with a microphone. Rousey then grabbed “The Game” by his throat, but whatever was about to happen there was broken up by Stephanie, who is a known workout fiend but rarely wrestles.
Perhaps she should square off more often.
Watch all hell break loose via the video above. Cue Triple H’s music.
WrestleMania 34 kicks off Sunday at 7/6c from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Both the pay-per-view show and its two-hour pre-show will air on WWE Network.
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