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Triple H suffers dry ice burns

2013-04-11 10:00
Triple H (AFP)
Cape Town - On Sunday night at WrestleMania XXIX, 13-time champion Triple H defeated ex-UFC champ Brock Lesnar in a "win-or-retire" bout, but suffered some pretty ugly dry-ice burns during his introduction.

VIDEO: Tripe H get burned on the way to the ring

The WWE star was sprayed on his torso and arms by a machine blasting dry ice and the residue stuck to his body and could be seen glowing as he made his way to the ring.

Triple H won the match by hitting Lesnar with a sledgehammer and later offered up a view of what dry ice does to bare skin, on Twitter, writing: For those wondering... Stuff stuck to me at mania was dry ice. Gave me 2nd degree burns on torso & arms.

Sceptics may see the WWE as "fake", but that looks pretty sore to me!


Triple H shows off his dry ice burns (Twitter)

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