Triple H Bio, Kids, Wife, Height, Networth and Injury

Triple H Biography

Triple H(Paul Michael Levesque)is an American business executive, professional wrestler, and actor. He has been the Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events and Creative for WWE since 2013, as well as being the founder and senior producer of NXT.

Levesque, under the ring name Terra Ryzing, began his professional wrestling career in 1992 with the International Wrestling Federation (IWF). In 1994, he joined World Championship Wrestling (WCW), where he was soon repackaged as a French-Canadian aristocrat named Jean-Paul Lévesque. In 1995, Levesque moved to the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE), where he became Hunter Hearst Helmsley and later Triple H.


In 1997, he co-founded the influential D-Generation X stable, which became a major element of the WWF’s “Attitude Era”. After winning his first WWF Championship and beginning a storyline marriage with Stephanie McMahon in 1999, Triple H became a fixture of the company’s main event scene.

According to the Pro Wrestling Torch, he was “widely regarded as the best wrestler in North America” by the turn of the millennium.

Triple H Age

He was born on July 27. 1969 in Nashua, NH. He is 49 years old as of 2018.

Triple H Family

He was born to his parents Patricia Levesque(mother) and Paul Levesque. He has a sister named Lynn.

Triple H Wife | Triple H Kids | Triple H Daughter

He married Stephanie McMahon in 2000. The couple joined on October 25. 2003, in Sleepy Hollow, New York. They have three daughters: Aurora Rose Levesque “born 2006”, Murphy Claire Levesque “born 2008”, and Vaughn Evelyn Levesque “born 2010”.

He had later been in a relationship with fellow wrestler Chyna from (1996 to 2000) but they split up over her personal issues and her disinterest in having children.

Triple H Height

Paul Michael stands at height 6feet 4inches tall.

Triple H Net Worth 2019 Triple H  Net Worth

The professional wrestler and actor have an estimated net worth of $40 million dollars as of 2019. He is best known for being Hunter Hearst Hemlsley, the WWE wrestler.

Triple H Wrestler

Professional wrestling career

Early career
He made his professional debut on March 24. 1992 in Kowalski’s promotion, the International Wrestling Federation (IWF), under the name Terra Ryzing. In the match, he defeated Tony Roy. In July 1992, he defeated Mad Dog Richard to win the IWF Heavyweight Championship.

Levesque wrestled for various promotions on the East Coast independent circuit until 1994 and during this period he was managed by John Rodeo.

World Championship Wrestling

In early 1994, he signed a one-year contract with World Championship Wrestling (WCW). In his first televised match, Levesque debuted as a villain named Terror Risin’, defeating Keith Cole. His ring name was soon modified to Terra Ryzing, which he used until mid-1994 when he was renamed, Jean-Paul Lévesque.

This gimmick referred to his surname’s French origins and he was asked to speak with a French accent, as he could not speak French. During this time, he started using his finishing maneuver, the Pedigree. Paul had a brief feud with Alex Wright that ended at Starrcade with Wright pinning him.

Between late 1994 and early 1995, Lévesque briefly teamed with Lord Steven Regal, whose upper-class British persona was similar to Lévesque’s character. However, the team was short-lived, as Levesque left for the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) in January 1995 after WCW turned down his request to be promoted as a singles competitor.

Triple H Injury

Triple H to Undergo Surgery After Pectoral Injury Diagnosed as Tear.

WWE announced that Triple H suffered a possible torn pectoral muscle during his tag team match with Shawn Michaels against The Undertaker and Kane at Crown Jewel on Friday.

Triple H plans to undergo surgery after returning to the United States from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Michaels and Triple H were victorious in what was The Heartbreak Kid’s first match since losing eight years ago to The Undertaker at WrestleMania 26.

Despite suffering a torn pec, The Game put the finishing touches on the bout by hitting Kane with a Pedigree and pinning him for the win.

The wrestling star remained outside the ring for much of the match with Kane chokes lamming him through the announce table to cover for the injury:

Triple H Vs Batista | Triple H Batista

Triple H def. Batista (No Holds Barred Match)

He shows no remorse for his actions vs. Batista: Exclusive, April 7. 2019 Exclusive: Triple H shows no remorse for his actions vs. Batista

Batista announces his retirement from sports-entertainment following WrestleMania match

EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — There’s an argument to be made that Triple H and Batista are two sides of the same coin. Setting aside their shared time in Evolution, the two are time-proven opportunists who, given the right circumstances, would throw away any shred of decency or respect to achieve their goals.

Triple H’s victory over The Animal at The Show of Shows was vindication for several reasons, but it was also, in its own way, validation of his choice to recruit him as an ally all those years ago, and his identification of Batista as a kindred spirit. They moved the same. They kind of looked the same. And most importantly, they fought the same: As it became abundantly clear during their No Holds Barred Match, there is truly nothing either of them would not do to get what they want.

What Batista wanted was to end his career on his terms, and Triple H’s as well. That’s how the two ended up in a fight on The Grandest Stage of Them All with The Game’s in-ring career on the line. But it became readily apparent that what Triple H wanted, more than anything, was to hurt, humiliate and maim The Animal. There’s no other way to explain the torturous opening to the match in which Big Dave was smashed in the face with a toolbox, had his fingers bent back by a wrench and his nose ring ripped from his nostril by a pair of needle-nose pliers.

Despite the respective paths they took to achieve their goals — Batista was impactful but conservative, while he was wild and improvisational — their shared similarities came to the forefront at every turn. Batista kicked out of a Pedigree.

The Game fought his way out of a Batista Bomb. And they both even ended up with a sledgehammer in their hands, although Triple H had a bit of an assist in getting his. After The Animal stole his opponent’s signature implement, Ric Flair — who Batista ambushed to set this rivalry off in earnest — emerged to hand The Game a backup, and “The Nature Boy’s” presence took The Animal’s attention off his foe long enough to allow The King of Kings to smash him with the hammer. One Pedigree later, and it was over.

Triple Helix DNA

Triplex-DNA(Triple-stranded DNA)also known as H-DNA is a DNA structure in which three oligonucleotides wind around each other and form a triple helix. In triple-stranded DNA, the third strand binds to a B-form DNA “via Watson–Crick base-pairing” double helix by forming Hoogsteen base pairs or reversed Hoogsteen hydrogen bonds.

Triple H Wrestlemania 35

WWE WrestleMania 35 Results: Triple H Vs. Batista Flop Highlights One Of WWE’s Biggest Problems

Triple H vs. Batista at WrestleMania 35 highlighted one of WWE’s biggest problems.

Batista returned to the company after a five-year hiatus to attack the 70-year-old Ric Flair and rekindle a feud with the 49-year-old Triple H that will do nothing for WWE’s future. Well, at least nothing good. WWE has really kicked its obsession with part-timers into overdrive over the last few years, and more often than not, WWE’s aging veterans have dropped the ball.

One need not look any further than Crown Jewel and the complete disaster that was The Undertaker and Kane vs. Triple H and Shawn Michaels or the recent retirement tour of Kurt Angle, which has been hard to watch as the all-time great performer’s body has given out on him. Alas, the lackluster performances of legends past and present haven’t prevented WWE from continuing to use those legends in high-profile roles time and time again.

At WrestleMania 35, he had to get his seemingly obligatory Mania match despite not being far removed from undergoing surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle. The buildup to their match was about what you would expect: Paul had to shed the suit and tie for his traditional jeans and leather jacket while doing his prototypical long-winded promos in his typical serious voice. Batista, meanwhile, stunk up the joint with a couple of awkward promo exchanges that made fans wonder how on earth he’s transitioned to a successful acting career.

On a card that already featured supposedly big draws like Brock Lesnar and Ronda Rousey, the inclusion of Triple H and Batista was completely unnecessary, and there is virtually no evidence that it moved the needle even a tiny bit. What the match did do was demonstrate everything that’s preventing the wildly successful WWE, which achieved record revenue in 2018, from reaching that next level, creating new megastars and having stars it can utilize without having to rely on wrestlers from the past.

Kevin Nash touched on this late last year when he told Sporting News that “no one cares about the young guys,” specifically mentioning Finn Balor, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins.

Though that was a clear over-exaggeration and those aforementioned names are incredibly popular, there was some truth behind Nash’s bold claim. Fans care about the Balors and the Daniel Bryans of the world, but perhaps not as much as they should as WWE has prioritized past-their-prime stars like Triple H and Batista.

Triple H Aew

Triple H Calls AEW A “Pissant Company” During Hall Of Fame Ceremony.
He fired a shot at AEW during the 2019 WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony by referring to All Elite Wrestling as a “pissant company.”

The remark came during D-Generation X’s chaotic induction speech after current AEW employee Billy Gunn joked that he didn’t have to thank Vince McMahon because Vince can’t fire him.

“Billy, let’s be honest. He will buy that pissant company just to fire you again,” Hunter quipped as the crowd chanting “AEW!”

Later in the speech, HBK remarked: “You can always count on old Billy Gunn to overpromise and underdeliver. Well, we appreciate you being out here and being ALL IN.”

Triple H Entrance

Triple H’s 5 greatest WrestleMania entrances

A grand entrance at WrestleMania is a big deal, and as such it’s usually only reserved for a select few Superstars every year. Unfortunately, it seems as if Triple H has taken up the majority of the funds for such occasions in recent years, with The Game receiving over-the-top entrances at pretty much every WrestleMania since transitioning into a part-time competitor.

Some will say it’s not fair on younger talent, meanwhile, others will choose to enjoy the spectacle for what it is: just completely ridiculous. Some of his entrances have been better than others, but in reality, you can’t really go wrong with a character like Triple H’s.

Whether it be imitating a famous movie character or just looking like a bad ass, HHH fans are always likely to enjoy themselves.

Since missing out on WrestleMania 23 through injury, the former World Champion has appeared in nine consecutive ‘Manias, which is staggering when you consider that he’s well past his prime.

In that sense, we should probably be appreciating these entrances whilst we can still get them, and because of that it’s time to look at the positive side of things.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at his five greatest WrestleMania entrances.

Triple H Theme Song

WWE legend Triple H has been fortunate enough throughout his career to have great entrance music. Not only are the songs great, but the intros to the songs give the fans an immediate sign that he is coming.

Whether he walked out to the vocals of Lemmy Kilmister from Motorhead or Chris Warren, Triple H always had the great cool songs of the WWE.

Triple H Therapy

“Triple-H” therapy for cerebral vasospasm following subarachnoid hemorrhage.

The combination of induced hypertension, hypervolemia, and hemodilution is always utilized to prevent and treat cerebral vasospasm after aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage “SAH”. This paradigm has gained widespread acceptance over the past 20 years, the efficacy of the therapy and its precise role in the management of the acute phase of SAH remains uncertain.

In addition, triple-H therapy may carry significant medical morbidity, such as pulmonary edema, myocardial ischemia, hyponatremia, renal medullary washout, indwelling catheter-related complications, cerebral hemorrhage, and cerebral edema.

This review examines the evidence underlying the implementation of triple-H therapy and makes practical recommendations for the use of this therapy in patients with aneurysmal SAH.

Triple H Movies

He became a member of the McMahon family, which maintains majority ownership of WWE. Since 2011, he has curtailed his in-ring appearances as he has taken on a greater behind-the-scenes role within WWE. Over the course of his career, Levesque has held a total of 25 championships including nine reigns as WWF/WWE Champion and five as WWE’s World Heavyweight Champion. In addition, he was also the winner of the 1997 King of the Ring tournament and the 2002 and 2016 Royal Rumbles.

His total of 14 world championships is the third-most all-time behind only Ric Flair and John Cena. He has headlined WrestleMania, WWE’s flagship pay-per-view, seven times. In 2019, Levesque was announced as an inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame as part of the D-Generation X group induction.

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Triple H Calls AEW A “Pissant Company” During Hall Of Fame Ceremony.
He fired a shot at AEW during the 2019 WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony by referring to All Elite Wrestling as a “pissant company.”

The remark came during D-Generation X’s chaotic induction speech after current AEW employee Billy Gunn joked that he didn’t have to thank Vince McMahon because Vince can’t fire him.

“Billy, let’s be honest. He will buy that pissant company just to fire you again,” Hunter quipped as the crowd chanting “AEW!”

Later in the speech, HBK remarked: “You can always count on old Billy Gunn to overpromise and underdeliver. Well, we appreciate you being out here and being ALL IN.”