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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 (Main Roster)
Age: 46 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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Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
purpletentacle wrote on 04.02.2016:
[0.0] "One of the reasons I became entirely sick of WWE was Paul Levesque's sophomoric promos and incredibly boring ring work. The way Trips went over Booker T was entirely disrespectful and unprofessional. I don't buy this guy as champ, his mic work sucks, and he seems to only generate the wrong kind of heat. If you marry the boss' daughter, you can be champion whenever you want and not have to take drug tests for steroids or HGH."
Oddark123 wrote on 08.01.2016:
[9.0] "Triple H's legacy is one that some may want to rag on him for but his accomplishments and moments are quite numerous. He has become a huge part of the WWE and maybe his real life standing helped some of that along, but the ride he's given the fans can't be thrown to the side because of it. From his earliest days to now being the usual main authority figure, Triple H has carved a legend for himself with his sledgehammer and this fan is thankful for everything he has done and will do."
dxtregrobo835 wrote on 31.12.2015:
[9.0] "Triple H is one of the all time greats! He was never a guy of many moves, but damn he could tell a story in the ring and make people buy into his matches. That is he most important thing in Pro Wrestling in my humble opinion."
simonitro wrote on 04.12.2015:
[10.0] "Triple H is one of my all-time favorites. It wasn't just now, I have become his fan. No! No! It was even back when he debuted in 1995 and I saw something extremely special about him and I was 100% correct. His in-ring matches are great and knows how to tell a fantastic story. He plays a great heel and difficult to beat and that works to his advantage. Yes, he politicized his way couple of times but I don't mind it. He can be fair, as well. For all people say he buries people... which is true... he could also take the pinfalls and the defeats to make his newer opponents looks good. He has a great mind for the business and his NXT project is a success. I think he was going to become what he is now even without marrying Stephanie. In interviews, he seems a very nice and intelligent guy that is willing to help the product no matter what. I highly respect Triple H and his matches are always top-notch like with Steve Austin in that EPIC Three Stages of Hell and his match with The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 28. Triple H is, indeed, the King of Kings. BOW DOWN TO THE KING!"
ShooterMcShoot wrote on 06.11.2015:
[8.0] "There was a description about him as a wrestler that I thought was perfect and very apt. "He's not your world champion. He's the guy your up and coming face or heel wrestles to get over before the feud with the champion". I've got no problem with him. He was always talented, but yes, he was over-pushed somewhat. He belonged in the tier right below the world champion, not as champion as often as he was. That's not meant as a knock."
JMTheBadOne wrote on 18.10.2015:
[10.0] "It's easy to see why people like to allege that Triple H has an air of politics behind his rise: He was friends with people who were in the right places and left his long-time girlfriend to marry the boss's daughter. Yet would a guy who was only "doing it for the money" prove just as capable at not only being a world champion, but also creating a developmental federation so popular that it's gaining recognition as it's own entity? Not at all; and while Triple H may wish to be thought of as a wrestler first, he might end up being better remembered as a builder of wrestling. Coming up into the major promotions with a largely forgettable run in WCW, Triple H defected over to the WWE and was booked as the snobby, aristocratic Hunter Hearst Helmsley. Though his singles career was on the rise, Triple H ended up being reprimanded for his actions in "The Curtain Call" incident and was used as an enhancement talent as punishment. Nevertheless, Triple H began to endear himself to the fans once he began his memorable run in D-Generation X (where he and Shawn Michaels were the front-men for a comedic faction that was just as capable of backing up their trash-talking in the ring. ) With his career hot, Triple H managed to establish himself as a credible champion during the attitude era, which helped him remain a perennial contender until his in-ring career began to wind down. Triple H now serves as the leader of NXT, which many are hailing as the next thing in wrestling."
mrjoshdude wrote on 04.08.2015:
[10.0] "Solid B+ player. Nah just kidding, I was really hesitant with this rating. At first glance I really didn't want to give him a 10, but when you look closer you really can't give him anything else. Yes he plays backstage politics, yes he likes to bury people, but he also has been one of the biggest draws of the past 15 years. He was never THE guy, he was always bride's maid to guys like Stone Cold, The Rock, and John Cena. But he's always been a reliable guy to put in that top position and carry a feud with whoever he's against. Anyone who criticises his talent in the ring hasn't seen his matches with Mick Foley, The Rock, and The Undertaker."
ShawnDraven wrote on 22.06.2015:
[6.0] "Would he be where he is if he wasn't married into the McMahons? No, but he would probably still be close."
blackgoku wrote on 20.06.2015:
[10.0] "One of the greatest ever. Loads of world titles , a lot of incredible and intense matches. The king of kings and a legend."
Preston Ward Condra wrote on 20.06.2015:
[6.0] "I feel like a 6 and a half is a better fitting score for The Game but, that isn't an option. I liked Triple H a lot from 2002-2010 but, since HHH as taken control as leader of The Authority renegade, he's been lacking energy and charisma when it came to cutting a promo. His longevity as a wrestler has definitely made him a legend to the WWE and played a big role as a star of the Attitude Era but, that doesn't translate very well today. After all. It's 2015 and not 1998 anymore."

Current Total Rating
Valid Votes: 1085
Number of comments: 525
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Average Rating: 8.63
Average in 2016: 8.46
Average in 2015: 8.83
Average in 2014: 8.59
Average in 2013: 8.11
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: 9.52

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Triple H: "I'd like to start out by clarifying some confusion from last week. You see, we told the world that if Daniel Bryan could come out here in this ring and defeat the WWE World Heavyweight Champion Randy Orton, then we would reconsider him as the face of...Read on!

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