Seth Rollins has referred to Triple H as "The Creator" several times. He means to say that Triple H created NXT, therefore the current generation of WWE superstars, and more specifically to Seth Rollins. He made him the first NXT Champion, hand-picked him for the Shield and was the chosen one to emerge from that group, splintering it and being the kayfabe golden child, capturing the Money in the Bank briefcase and winning the World title by cashing it in at WrestleMania 31. That's the creator. After Rollins invaded Take-Over: San Antonio on Saturday, Triple H said he would unleash "The Destroyer" if Rollins persisted in goading him. Rollins has been calling Hunter out for months, stepping it up in recent weeks with shots at his manhood, his relationship with Stephanie and even threatening to go to their house just to get a shot at taking down Haitch. This, unsurprisingly, did not go down well and having reached boiling point, Triple H did the atypical 'I'm getting super serious' wrestling thing of taking his suit jacket off and rolling up his sleeves, inviting Rollins to come on down. Enter Samoa Joe, the destroyer. Joe was 'supposed' to debut in the Rumble. He was 'supposed' to be a SmackDown guy. He was 'supposed' to wrestle John Cena at WrestleMania. Those were things we were being told by the dirt-sheets and, in the latter rumour's case, were the things that made the most obvious sense. Sometimes though there's nothing like the element of surprise and so, when Rollins looked to storm the ring last night, and he got blindsided by Joe, a dead crowd awoke from it's slumber and went a wee bit nuts as Samoa Joe was introduced to the mainstream WWE audience as Samoa Joe, "The Destroyer". So where is this going? Triple H vs. Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 33 seemed to be a lock and has for months, so much so that a good portion of the audience are thoroughly bored with this storyline. The arrival of Joe has changed the complexion of things though. Triple H has talked at length about being fully satisfied with his career in-ring and not needing to come back to wrestle again. Is that the case? Is "The Game" finally over and introducing Joe as not only his surrogate but his replacement? Perhaps this may lead to tag team warfare at the "Granddaddy of em' All"? Or is this a swerve in the road to throw us off the oh-so obvious scent with Joe facing Rollins at Fastlane and the Triple H/Rollins encounter beyond that at Mania? Frankly who knows, but this is going to be fun. What do you think about this budding new alliance, and about the future of the Triple H/Seth Rollins feud?