Just recently, WWE Legend Batista turned 50 years old and WWE tweeted out a video wishing The Former WWE Champion, Happy Birthday. The video included clips of Batista’s biggest accomplishments in the company including defeating Triple H at WrestleMania 21 for The WWE World Heavyweight Title.
Batista retweeted the Tweet sent by WWE and simply responded with, “You ain’t seen nothin yet!” As seen below:
There’s no better time to relive @DaveBautista‘s BIGGEST accomplishments…
HAPPY BIRTHDAY, ANIMAL! pic.twitter.com/zsimJnDwSP
— WWE (@WWE) January 18, 2019
You ain’t seen nothin yet! https://t.co/1zPBX6urBT
— Dave Bautista (@DaveBautista) January 19, 2019
Back in October at The 1000th Episode Of SmackDown LIVE, Evolution had a reunion and there was a tease for a future match between Batista & Triple H, possibly at this year’s WrestleMania. Unfortunately, Triple H suffered a pectoral tear at WWE Crown Jewel back in November. It was said then that the recovery time for such an injury is anywhere between 5-9 months, so that means that the match might not take place. Batista previously noted that 2019 would be his final year at making his comeback in the ring.
In his last run with WWE back in 2013-2014, Batista wasn’t thrilled with how things went creatively. Last September, he spoke with WhatCulture Wrestling about wanting more input from his side with his storyline and opponent, if he did return, as seen below:
“I think, one, it would have to be the right time, and two, it would have to be the right opponent,” Batista said. “That’s pretty much it, and it would have to make sense. Yeah, I think the last time I went back was with really good intentions and I felt like I wasn’t delivered what I was promised and that was just creatively. So, that would be it, I’d have to have a strong say of what I did and who I worked with. It would have to make sense as far as time, not only do I have to be free, but I also have to factor in there is a risk that I would be injured. If I got injured I would need some time to rehabilitate myself, so I always kind of factor those things in.”
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