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Triple H's Favorite Raw Moment Surprisingly Doesn't Involve Himself

While a lot of Raw's greatest moments have involved Triple H, The Game's personal favorite Monday night moment doesn't include him at all.

The 25th anniversary of Raw is now pretty much only a week away and the card for the birthday celebration is looking extremely stacked. Stone Cold, The Undertaker, The Dudley Boyz, and Brother Love will all be there and that's just to name a few. All of the above have been involved in some of Raw's most memorable moments and may even add a couple more come Jan. 22, 2018.

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Another man who has contributed to countless unforgettable Raw moments over the past 25 years is The Game, Triple H. After Stone Cold he and D-Generation X likely contributed the most moments during the Attitude Era when Raw ratings were at their peak. In fact, The Cerebral Assassin selected the time he and the rest of DX invaded WCW as his favorite moment of all the ones he was involved in during an interview with the New York Post.

Shockingly though, it was a moment that The Game himself wasn't involved in at all that stands out above all others for him, and that's the segment between Stone Cold and Mike Tyson. "It just was a whole different level of anything," Triple H told the NYP, "It wasn’t like Tyson was a Hollywood actor or an NBA player. He was the legit baddest man on the planet."

The segment between Tyson and Austin will undoubtedly go down as one of the greatest ever in Raw history, but there are so many others to pick from in the show's 25-year history. From CM Punk's pipebomb to This Is Your Life with Mankind and The Rock to Austin drenching Vince McMahon and The Corporation with beer. You can see why it has become the longest episodic TV show in history.

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Triple H will most certainly be featured alongside the rest of the WWE legends that have been mentioned above, but it seems that the COO will be appearing as a part of DX rather than the heel authority figure we've come to know him as on the present day product. That and so many other things will likely make Raw's 25th anniversary show a stand-alone one when it comes to the current angles, but it will be a damn entertaining one.

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