Birthday: July 27, 1969 Birth
Place: Nashua, New Hampshire, USA Height: 6' 2"
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Won the second ever 60-minute "Iron Man Match" against the Rock at Judgement Day (year 2000).
Dated fellow WWF superstar Chyna for 4 years. (Feb 1997-Jan 2001)
Fourth ever person to keep his WWF Heavyweight title at Wrestlemania
In an unofficial poll among wrestling fans in August 2001, the question was "Will Triple H's Return Boost WWF Ratings?" (Triple H was injured and off WWF TV at the time.) 75% said yes, 19% say maybe and 5% said no.
Returned to WWF RAW IS WAR on January 7th 2002, after being out for 8 months in rehab with torn left quadriceps muscle completely off the bone.
Winner of 2002 Royal Rumble
Has also held the WWE Tag Team Championship
Held WWE Tag-Team Championship with Steve Austin
Retired Mick Foley at 2000 No Way Out PPV inside Hell in a Cell.
Schooled by Killer Kowalski, along with Joanie Laurer and Perry Saturn
Chosen as the #1 wrestler in the world in Pro Wrestling Illustrated Magazine's tenth annual "PWI 500" in 2000.
After seven months of his current HHH character, in March 2003 he had to explain in a press conference that it reflects the backstage politics and backstabbings of their business. Many fans would not have known this until they heard or read his explanation.
Former member of D-Generation-X, The Corporation and currently member of Evolution.
"Invaded" WCW in 1998 with follow D-X members X-Pac, "Road Dogg" Jesse James, "Bad Ass" Billy Gunn and Chyna during a WCW event.
Won the first WWF special of "The Weakest Link" in 2001
4th wrestler to appear in a Marvel comic book movie, others are: Randy Savage (Spider-Man), Tyler Mane (X-Men), & Kevin Nash (Punisher)
Son-in-law of Vince McMahon and Linda McMahon.
Defeated Shawn Michaels in a 45-minute long "Hell in a Cell" match at Bad Blood 2004. [June 2004]
Faced Chris Benoit in his second one hour "Iron Man" match. But lost thanks to the interfere by Eugene (Dinsmore). [July 2004]
Member of the backstage wrestling faction known as the Kliq with Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, Shawn Michaels, Sean Waltman and Justin Credible.
Notable title wins include: IWF title; WWF Intercontinental title (4); WWF King of the Ring 1997; WWF European title (2); WWF Federation title (4); WWE Tag Team titles with Steve Austin; WWE Royal Rumble winner 2002; WWF/WWE Undisputed title; WWE World Heavyweight title (2)
Former Member of D-Generation X.
5-time WWE Intercontintal Champion
10-time WWE World Heavyweight Champion
Faced Chris Benoit in his second one hour "Iron Man" match. But lost thanks to the interfere by Eugene (Nick Dinsmore). [July 2004]
Notable title wins include: - WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion (10/21/96 - 2/13/97) - WWF European Heavyweight Champion (12/11/97 - 1/20/98) - WWF European Heavyweight Champion(2) (3/16/98 - 7/14/98) - WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion(2) (8/30/98 - 10/11/98) - WWF World Heavyweight Champion (8/23/99 - 9/14/99) - WWF World Heavyweight Champion(2) (9/26/99 - 11/14/99) - WWF World Heavyweight Champion(3) (1/03/00 - 4/30/00) - WWF World Heavyweight Champion(4) (5/21/00 - 6/25/00) - WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion(3) (4/03/01 - 4/10/01) - WWF Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion(4) (4/16/01 - 5/20/01) - WWF World Tag-Team Champion w/ Steve Austin (4/29/01 - 5/21/01) - WWF World Heavyweight Champion(5) (3/17/02 - 4/21/02) - WWE World Heavyweight Champion(6) (9/02/02 - 11/17/02) - WWE Intercontinental Heavyweight Champion(5) (10/20/02 - 11/17/02) - WWE World Heavyweight Champion(7) (12/15/02 - 9/21/03) - WWE World Heavyweight Champion(8) (12/14/03 - 3/14/04)
He wrestled under the name Terra Ryzing while he was wrestling in WCW.
5-time WWE Intercontinental Champion
4th wrestler to appear in a Marvel comic book movie, others are: Randy Savage (Spider-Man), Tyler Mane (X-Men), & Kevin Nash (Punisher).
Defeated Shawn Michaels in a 45-minute long "Hell in a Cell" match at _WWE Bad Blood (2004) (V)_ . [June 2004]
The WWF King of the Ring (1997) (V).
Won the second ever 60-minute "Iron Man Match" against The Rock at WWF Judgment Day (2000) (V).
Winner of the WWF Royal Rumble (2002) (V).
Held WWE Tag Team Championship with 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin.
Schooled by Walter 'Killer' Kowalski, along with Joanie Laurer and Perry Saturn.
By winning the main event at Wrestlemania 2000 as a "heel" (bad guy), he broke the long-standing tradition of "babyface" (good guy) wrestlers winning the main event.
His father was the best man at his wedding to Stephanie McMahon
Was originally supposed to win the 1996 King of the Ring, but was punished for breaking character at Madison Square Garden on Scott Hall and Kevin Nash's final show with the WWF. Ironically, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin was chosen to win the tournament instead, and it boosted his career. Triple H later went on to win the 1997 King of the Ring.
Had tension with Bill Goldberg before they even wrestled for the same company. When Goldberg was asked if he could fight any wrestler in a real street fight, he said either Triple H or Scott Hall, both of whom are close friends.
Along with his Father-in-law, Vince McMahon, paid for fellow wrestler, Sean Waltman (X-Pac) to go through drug rehab
Member of the Clique, a group of wrestlers who were best friends in and out of the ring. The group consists of Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash, Sean Waltman, and Justin Credible.
He became a 10-time World Heavyweight Champion, which is the third highest in WWE history (Hulk Hogan 14 times; Ric Flair:- 16-time), by winning the elimination chamber match at New Year's Revolution, 9 January 2005.
Debuted in The WWE in 1995.
In his WWE PPV debut, Helmsley defeated Bob Holly at Summerslam 1995 in Pittsburgh, PA.
Entered WCW as Jean Paul LeVeque. He was primarily used as jobber
He and wife Stephanie Levesque (née McMahon) are expecting their first child together, due in 2006.
One of the few people with the distinction of appearing on both Saturday Night Live (25.15) and Mad TV (7.9)