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Triple H


Also known as Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Jean-Paul Levesque, Terra Ryzing

Current gimmick: Triple H
Promotion: World Wrestling Entertainment
Age: 47 years
Birthplace: Nashua, New Hampshire, USA
Gender: male
Height: 6' 4" (193 cm)
Weight: 255 lbs (116 kg)
Marital partner: Stephanie McMahon
Relatives in wrestling: Vince McMahon, Linda McMahon (Schwiegereltern), Shane McMahon (Schwager)
Background in sports: Bodybuilding
Alter egos: Hunter Hearst Helmsley
Jean-Paul Levesque
Terra Ryzing
Triple H
Roles: Singles Wrestler (1992 - today)
Tag Team Wrestler
On-Air Official (2011 - today)
Backstage Helper (2002 - today)
Beginning of in-ring career: 03.1992
Wrestling style: Allrounder, Powerhouse
Trainer: Killer Kowalski
Nickname(s): "Cerebral Assassin", "The Game", "The King Of Kings"
Trademark holds: Pedigree, Spinebuster
Triple H
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Strezemann wrote on 12.08.2016:
[5.0] "Trips has been a competent but fairly boring performer in and out of the ring for most of his career, but worse yet, he has been in a staggering THREE anticlimactic Wrestlemania main event matches. On top of that, he was involved in dreadful feuds that lead to dreadful matches versus Undertaker and Lesnar when those two were interesting enough to have put on a good show against pretty much anyone else. Just a drag to watch, though his past high points are significant enough to where I couldn't in good conscience give him a bad rating."
Woonation wrote on 09.08.2016:
[8.0] "I'm giving Triple H 8 points because he is undoubtedly one of the greats regardless of how I feel about him. His 2000-01 run is one of the best runs any wrestler has ever had, period, and the way he improved in such a short time was nothing short of extraordinary. He's also had a large number of great matches since then, most notably his classics with Undertaker at Wrestlemania's 27 and 28, and is undoubtedly one of the greatest heels of all time when he his motivated. His work as head Booker and promoter of NXT has also been very good and he seems well prepared to succeed Vince in WWE. Regardless, since 2002 he's never really been the same in the ring, or as a performer in general. While his matches are always good, they are usually disappointing as PPV main events. The key examples here would be almost every time he has main evented Wrestlemania, with his Wrestlemania X8 main event with Jericho, Mania 25 main event with Orton and Mania 32 main event with Roman all being, for the most part, disappointing. Another would be his feud with Lesnar in 2012-13 and which, with the exception of the Extreme Rules cage match, produced a number of underwhelming bouts compared to other Lesnar matches. He's also been generally boring on the microphone. Another bone of contention I have with him is of course the "reign of terror" from 2002-04. In keeping himself on top, he turned Raw into an unwatchable program filled with bad main event feuds, constant burials of better talent like RVD and Booker T, boring 20 minute promos and basically just Triple H constantly going over and underwhelming everyone. He even managed to keep himself on top during Benoit's title reign with the shitty Eugene feud, and his burial of Booker at Wrestlemania 19 is still one of the single worst things to ever happen in wrestling in my eyes. For all of that shit, fuck him."
A Wild Witcher wrote on 04.08.2016:
[10.0] "An absolute legend, there no denying it, a good face and a great heel, sorry but Triple H estabilished himself as the one greats of this company. Obviosly he is not the best performer, but he is a solid worker, a great wrestler. Well his backstage politics was really bad, everyone remembers him for that, you say ''I like Triple H'' and someone says ''He burries everyone, he has too much of an ego'', well thats true but he made good things too, like puting over guys like Batista, Cena, Benoit, Hardy and even Shelton Benjamin who holds a clean pinfall victory on him, and well NXT, thank you for that Hunter. Nobody tells about HBK ego in the 1990's, well because he is the greatest peformer of history maybe. He have an arsenal of great matches, he can cut promos, either heel or face, he was overrated and he won many titles, but afar from the desastrous HHH in 2003, the majority of his reigns as World Champ was good, and provides great matches and feuds, his match with Bryan on Wrestlemania 30 proves that he can be a good technical wrestler, after his quad injury his ring work was not the same, and some of his Authority promos can be annoying, but he has a memorable carrer. He is my favorite wrestler and will always be, he is the Game and it's time to play it."
TheLocalFire wrote on 01.08.2016:
[1.0] "Triple H is one of the most overrated workers in the history of Professional Wrestling. His in-ring work is at most decent and his promos are so boring. He should change his nickname to The Sleep Aid Man. He is a egomaniac, even out or in-ring, i never hated anyone as much as I hate that man as wrestler and person."
The Phantom Pain wrote on 23.07.2016:
[6.0] "While HHH is definitely a great heel for his time, I can't deny that his ego was way over the top. I love how people are saying that HHH is amazing in making NXT to where it is in today's time. But, he's using that accolade to overshadow the Egotistical asshat he was in real life during the ruthless aggression era when, Stone Cold & The Rock were just about to hang up their wrestling gear and call it done with wrestling. Not putting over people that deserved to get the spotlight drops the score for him significantly. Another is having almost a 20 minute promo to almost make me fall asleep and not be invested with this guy. And the most obvious is if you are marrying the daughter of a million dollar man and be muscular then, you'll be a successful person in life and be champion whenever you desire. In my opinion he's good, but doesn't deserve to be anywhere near The Rock, Stone Cold, Undertaker, Angle, and CM Punk. And for the love god, please don't give this guy another run with the title since, he's in his mid 40s. I don't know why people want him to win the World Title again because I thought this company was to create new talent instead of reusing the same people who are past their prime."
JordanACE wrote on 16.07.2016:
[10.0] "A legendary wrestler for sure. "The Game" isn't just a nickname, he won at the "wrestling game" that is WWE. A career that can only be matches by a few. Hunter is a future Hall of Famer."
IAmOdie wrote on 14.07.2016:
[10.0] "To this day, I still don't understand how this guy is being said 'not putting other people over'. He had put over several Superstars by making them look strong, being defeated by them, or any other ways around. He doesn't even mind if he has to lose in the grandest event of WWE, the Wrestlemania, or another grand event of WWE, Royal Rumble, in order to put the Superstar over. And for that, I would have given him 7. 0. But I give him 10. 0. Why? It was thanks to him that NXT existed."
okaro wrote on 29.06.2016:
[10.0] "Triple H is one of the best wrestler. He is both a powerhouse and a technical wrestler. He also has great mic skills and his gimmick is awesome."
AMHTP wrote on 22.06.2016:
[8.0] "Rating Triple H purely as a performer, there's no doubt that he is one of the greatest ring generals and technical wrestlers of the modern era. He's put on so many classics against so many different opponents; listing them all here would use up all of the characters I have to spare. Not only that, he's been able to pull off a diverse array of gimmicks, and he's an underrated promo -- especially when he's playing heel. That said, Triple H never really learned self-discipline when it came to talking segments. Even well into his forties, while wrestling only a couple times per year, he absorbs huge amounts of television time with long-winded promos that (even when well-executed) kill the audience. I make it a policy not to judge wrestlers on how they're booked, but Triple H books himself -- and he seems tone-deaf to the fact that his role as an authority figure is exhausting. At the end of the day, though, that hardly detracts from Helmsley's phenomenal career, and he'll certainly go down in history as one of the greats."
ErycK24 wrote on 05.06.2016:
[10.0] "To be very clear, I'm giving him this rating based on his career work. Not his work in 2016. I didn't even bother to watch his match with Reigns."

Current Total Rating
Valid Votes: 1148
Number of comments: 547
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8.0 178x
7.0 96x
6.0 72x
5.0 17x
4.0 21x
3.0 12x
2.0 8x
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Average Rating: 8.63
Average in 2016: 8.53
Average in 2015: 8.83
Average in 2014: 8.72
Average in 2013: 8.14
Average in 2012: 7.86
Average in 2011: 8.66
Average in 2010: 7.81
Average in 2009: 7.51
Average in 2008: 8.78
Average in 2007: 9.51

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