Triple H must retire if he loses to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania
Triple H will be forced to retire if he loses his encounter with bitter rival Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania.
Last Updated: 25/03/13 4:34pm
The Game challenged Lesnar, the man he was beaten by at SummerSlam, to a match at April's showpiece event and the former UFC Heavyweight Champion accepted - provided that he could select the stipulation and The King of Kings inked the contract before he announced what it was.
Triple H did just that on Monday Night Raw, but was then told by Lesnar's spokesman, Paul Heyman - whom he has just attacked for belittling his wife Stephanie McMahon - that his clash at 'Mania would be a No Holds Barred bout and that should he lose it, he must retire.
CM Punk, meanwhile, will aim to end The Undertaker's 20-0 unbeaten streak at the grandest stage of them all in New Jersey and irked his opponent once more on Raw, mocking his late manager Paul Bearer and dropping the Father of Destruction's iconic urn.
Plus, World Heavyweight Champion Alberto Del Rio bested Cody Rhodes but was then unceremoniously assaulted by his 'Mania opponent Jack Swagger post-match, before the Real American inflicted a torrent of pain on the Mexican Aristocrat's pal, Ricardo Rodriguez.
Ryback made quick work of David Otunga but saw his WrestleMania plans altered when Vickie Guerrero announced than he would be removed from the six-man tag-team bout against The Shield and placed in a singles contest against newest adversary Mark Henry.
However, Sheamus and Randy Orton may not have to look too far for a replacement partner for their meeting with Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns with Big Show helping the Viper and Celtic Warrior scare off the destructive trio in the aftermath of their tag-team triumph over 3MB.
Meanwhile, WWE Tag Team Champions Daniel Bryan and Kane vanquished Primo and Epico and then accepted AJ Lee's proposition to put their belts on the line against Dolph Ziggler, a victor over Kofi Kingston on Monday evening, and Big E Langston at WrestleMania.
John Cena, who will tangle with The Rock for possession of the WWE Championship at the Showcase of the Immortals, conquered Darren Young, while Wade Barrett won a triple duel threat against The Miz and Chris Jericho to retain his Intercontinental strap.
Plus, R-Truth defeated Damien Sandow via count-out and Fandango once again decided not to debut - but had to scarper quickly to avoid being hit by his scheduled opponent, The Great Khali.
WrestleMania booking details
WrestleMania 29 will be shown on Sky Sports Box Office (channel 743) and in high definition on Sky Box Office HD (channel 752) at midnight on Sunday, April 7 (Mon morning).
WrestleMania 29 will be repeated on Sky Sports Box Office (channel 743) - but NOT on Sky Sports Box Office HD (channel 752) - between 10am on Monday, April 8 and 10pm on Saturday, April 13. Repeat showings will last for four hours.
The event is priced at £17.95 for UK customers, €24.95 for customers in the Republic of Ireland.
You can order WrestleMania 29 nearer the event by pressing the Box Office button on your remote. Select 'sports & events' and follow the on-screen instructions.
Viewers are able to call 08442 410 888 to book WrestleMania 29.(There may be an additional charge for telephone bookings).
You can also book WrestleMania 29 online by clicking this link www.sky.com/orderboxoffice
Cable customers should contact their local cable operator.