Tommy Dreamer Says Payoff To Katie Vick Angle Was Planned To Be Sick Boy vs. Triple H At WrestleMania

In October 2002, WWE ran an angle where Triple H accused Kane of murdering a woman named Katie Vick when Kane was just starting out in wrestling.

In the angle, Kane explained that Katie's death came via a car accident in which Kane was driving. Things went further as Triple H showed "footage" of "Kane" (Triple H dressed in a Kane mask) having "sex" with Katie's "corpse."

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The payoff to the angle was Triple H doing a ventriloquist act with "Kaite Vick" and Hurricane Helms showing footage of "Triple H" receiving a surgical enema where a sledgehammer was removed from his ass. Triple H would then go on to feud with Shawn Michaels.

According to Tommy Dreamer on the House of Hardcore podcast, that wasn't the original payoff.

"The whole Katie Vick, narcolepsy [Necrophilia] angle, that all came about through Vince and the payoff of all that was going to be Sick Boy Scott Vick was going to wrestle Triple H at WrestleMania to avenge his sister, who was dead. That all came about when Sick Boy Scott Vick had a dark match tryout and Vince just liked the name Scott Vick because they couldn't call him Sick Boy. This horrible angle with Kane and Triple H was going to be the caveat to headlining WrestleMania with Scott Vick avenging his sister Katie Vick. I remember Johnny [John Laurinaitis] having to tell Vince, 'that's great, but he's not employed here.' He was on a tryout. People have gotten hired on a lot weirder things but I think after that, it was just, 'Oh,' and we lost that amazing WrestleMania to avenge [Sick Boy's] sister's horrible degradation of her grave. That's sometimes how these crazy things happen in WWE," said Dreamer.

Sick Boy wrestled in WCW and was part of Raven's Flock. He wrestled three dark matches for WWE in 2002, including one against John Cena.

Triple H would wrestle Booker T at WrestleMania in 2003 while Kane was on the Sunday Night Heat pre-show, teaming with Rob Van Dam against Chief Morley and Lance Storm.

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