The Rock & Triple H - Origins of The Game and The Great One's Rivalry

In the blockbuster film The Dark Knight, the Joker famously quips to his archnemesis Batman – “I think you and I are destined to do this forever.” 

“And 22,000 people did something at this moment that defined my  career and literally changed my life in one night and it something you  can’t write, it’s something in wrestling you can’t write, you can’t  script it, you can’t script it in Hollywood, because you just can’t  script how people are going to react to something and that thing that  they did was 22,000 people started chanting my name.”

The Rock & Triple H - Origins of The Game and The Great One's Rivalry

By the summer of 1997, Rocky Maivia found himself on the receiving end of the fan’s ire. The chants of “Rocky, Rocky, Rocky” had been replaced with “Die Rocky Die” and “Rocky Sucks”.

He recruited his old friend X-Pac and the New Age Outlaws. Truly making this new version of D-Generation X feel like his own

With these two charismatic stars leading  the two most dominant factions in the WWE, it was only a matter of time  until they crossed paths once again.

The Rock’s use of the ladder as he performs the People’s Elbow is one of many highlights in the match. In the end, a perfectly placed low blow by Chyna assisted Triple H in securing the championship.

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