Triple H last edited by supermutant42 on 02/25/20 05:02AM View full history


Triple H became a bodybuilder at the age of 14 and became Teenage Mr. New Hampshire at the age of nineteen. He enrolled at Killer Kowalski's wrestling school in 1992.

He had a short stint in WCW as Jean-Paul Levisque. It was at this time he started using the Pedigree as his finisher. He was in a tag team with William Regal (Lord Steven Regal) but he got released when he wanted to be pushed as a singles competitor.

He debuted in WWE as Hunter Hearst Helmsley in a continuation of his WCW gimmick on the April 30th edition of WWF Wrestling Challenge. Although being heavily pushed in the first few months of his debut his career started to fall.

As of 2010 Triple H began taking a more important role behind the scenes of the WWE and became the Executive Vice President of Talent and Live Events in 2011. His last match was against Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam 2012

WWF/E Title History:

WWE Title

8/23/99 -Mankind

9/26/99 Unforgiven - won vacant title in the 6 Pack Challenge also featuring The Rock, Davey Boy Smith, Kane, Mankind, & The Big Show

1/3/00 - The Big Show

5/21/00 Judgement Day - The Rock

3/17/02 WrestleMania 18 - Chris Jericho

10/7/07 No Mercy - Randy Orton

4/27/08 Backlash - beat Champion Randy Orton, John Cena, and JBL

2/15/09 No Way Out - beat Champion Edge, The Undertaker, The Big Show, Jeff Hardy and Vladimir Kozlov in an Elimination Chamber match

World Heavyweight Championship

9/2/02 - first champion by order of Eric Bischoff

12/15/02 Armageddon - Shawn Michaels

12/14/03 Armageddon - Goldberg

9/12/04 Unforgiven -Randy Orton

1/9/05 New Years Revolution - won vacant title in Elimination Chamber match also featuring Randy Orton,Batista, Chris Jericho,Edge, &Chris Benoit

World Tag Team Title

4/29/01 Backlash - with Steve Austin beat Kane & The Undertaker

12/13/09 TLC - with Shawn Michaels beat Chris Jericho and The Big Show (as part of the Unified Tag Team Championship)

WWE Tag Team Championship

12/13/09 TLC - with Shawn Michaels beat Chris Jericho and The Big Show (as part of the Unified Tag Team Championship)

Intercontinental Championship

10/21/96 - Marc Mero

10/30/98 SummerSlam 98 -The Rock

4/5/01 - Chris Jericho

4/16/01 -Jeff Hardy

10/20/02 No Mercy - Kane (title was retired for several years after this match)

European Title

12/22/97 - Shawn Michaels


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