Batista has nose ring pulled out with PLIERS in No Holds Barred match with Triple H at WrestleMania

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TRIPLE H shockingly pulled Batista’s nose ring out with pliers at WrestleMania 35 during their No Holds Barred match.

The former Evolution stable-mates faced off in a thriller at The MetLife Arena in New York last night with a showstopping performance by both veterans.

Triple H shockingly pulled Batista’s nose ring out with pliers at WrestleMania 35 during their No Holds Barred match
Triple H shockingly pulled Batista’s nose ring out with pliers at WrestleMania 35 during their No Holds Barred match
With Batista then pinned under a metal chair, The Game ripped out a ring from his nose, leaving the piercing wound bleeding
With Batista then pinned under a metal chair, The Game ripped out a ring from his nose, leaving the piercing wound bleeding

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Batista – who tripped over the rope on his way into the ring – already had three wins over The Game on his record and wanted a fourth to end his in-ring career forever.

During the match Triple H grabbed a tool box and cracked into the Hollywood actor’s skull before using as metal chain to tear into Batista’s face and throwing him into the steel steps and taking a set of pliers to his fingers.

With Batista then pinned under a metal chair, The Game ripped out a ring from his nose, leaving the piercing wound bleeding.

Batista almost got the win when he drove Triple H into the canvas and got a two-count. But The Game roared back with a Powerbomb onto the steel steps and a Pedigree.

When WWE legend Ric Flair appeared at ringside to distract Batista, Triple H connected with a sledgehammer and another Pedigree before getting the pin.

After losing the battle Batista took to Twitter to officially announce his WWE retirement – 17 years after debuting.


Batista said: “Thank you for letting me entertain you.

“I love this business and whether you cheered me or jeered me, I’m grateful for being a small part of your life.

“I am officially retired from sports entertainment and I am grateful for every second of my amazing journey.”

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