Triple H is without a doubt one of the most influential people in the professional wrestling business, and throughout the course of his career he’s been involved in some legendary stables.
When Evolution was first coming together Mark Jindrak was considered for the spot that ultimately went to Batista, but it seems that Jindrak and Triple H didn’t see eye to eye. While speaking with Rene Dupree on Cafe de Rene, Jindrak talked about his relationship with Triple H, and he said that The Game blatantly buried him.
“He was kind of spot on. It’s funny how blatant he was. He blatantly buried me. Some of the things were false. I’ll tell you what was true, was me and [Randy] Orton were f*cking, as he called [us], jackoffs. We were jackoffs, and Rene will tell you… me and Orton would travel together and sometimes guys would make the mistake [of traveling with us].”
“The problem was Triple H wanted to talk about f*cking hot tags and sh*t. A three-hour ride, you want to talk about armbars and hot tags and sh*t for three hours? I understood it, he wanted to talk X’s and O’s, but Flair wanted to talk about young stuff like girls and clubs.”
Ultimately Mark Jindrak was released from WWE in 2005, and Batista went to have a Hall of Fame worthy career. Do you think Jindrak would have been a better fit for Evolution? Sound off in the comments below.