An old tradition in wrestling is to "go out on your back", aka putting someone else over/losing in your final match. This tradition is supposed to be as old as wrestling itself. And still active today. Flair went out on his back in his last WWE match (him showing up in TNA non withstanding), HBK went out on his back, Regal lost, Batista took the pin in his last match (to date at least). But Triple H makes an interesting case. On one hand, he's very old school. He was broken into the business the old school ways and with these old school values. But on the other hand we have the side of him that the internet seems to enjoy talking about, the "Am I going the fuck over?" side of him. When Hunter hangs up the boots, do you see him putting over a younger guy and eating a pin/tapping out? Or will Hunter go out as "the king"?