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Helmsley wore a suit and carried a traditional to highlight his effete snobbishness In a modified version of his gimmick in WCW, Levesque started his WWF career as a ' '. According to Levesque, JJ Dillion originally gave him the name of Reginald DuPont Helmsley, but Levesque asked for a name to play with the first letters and management ultimately agreed to his suggestion of Hunter Hearst Helmsley. He appeared in taped, in which he talked about how to use proper etiquette, up until his wrestling debut on the April 30, 1995 episode of. Helmsley made his WWF debut at, where he defeated.

In the fall of 1995, Helmsley began a feud with the hog farmer, culminating in an infamous at, where Helmsley was victorious. Although Helmsley was highly promoted in the first few months after his debut, his career stalled during 1996, starting off with a feud with following a loss during the. Up until that event, his included appearing on television each week with a different female valet (which included and ). Was his valet at and after his loss to, as part of the storyline, he took his aggressions out on her. The debuting – her real-life husband – came to her rescue, starting a feud between the two wrestlers. On June 1, 1996, Helmsley appeared on an episode of in a match against. When he attempted to perform the Pedigree, Garner mistook the maneuver for a and tried to jump up with the move, causing him to land squarely on top of his head and suffer neck damage.

Garner sued the WWF, eventually settling out of court and later discussed the incident in an appearance on. Levesque was known backstage as one of the members of, a stable of wrestlers including;,, and, who were known for influencing Vince McMahon and the WWF creative team.

It has been claimed that he was scheduled to win the tournament, but the victory was instead awarded to after the, in which the Kliq broke character after a match to say goodbye to the departing Nash and Hall. Despite the punishment, Helmsley did have success following the MSG Incident. Became his and he won the for the first time on October 21, 1996, defeating Marc Mero. Perfect left the WWF, his departure was explained to be a result of Helmsley turning his back on his manager as soon as he won the Intercontinental Championship. Helmsley held the title for nearly four months before it to on the February 13, 1997 special episode of, called. For a very brief time, Helmsley was accompanied by, who was his storyline bodyguard reminiscent of and. After losing the Intercontinental title, he feuded with, defeating him.

During their feud, debuted as his new bodyguard. D-Generation X (1997–1999). Triple H and in April 1999 After WrestleMania, Michaels was forced into temporary retirement due to a back injury sustained at the, with Triple H taking over the leadership position in DX, claiming that his now-former associate had 'dropped the ball'. He introduced the returning the night after WrestleMania and joined forces with. As 1998 went along, DX became more popular, turning the group from to. During this time, he adopted an entrance gimmick of asking the crowd 'Are you ready? I said, are you ready?'

, followed by a parody of rival promotion WCW's ring announcer 's famous catch-phrase, 'Let's get ready to rumble', substituting the word 'rumble' with the DX slogan, 'suck it'. Also during this time, Triple H began a feud with the leader of the and rising WWF,. This storyline rivalry eventually led to a feud over the Intercontinental Championship, which Triple H won in a.

He did not hold the title long, however, as he was sidelined with a legitimate knee injury. When The Rock won the at, the rivalry between the two continued, as DX fought stable of which The Rock was the main star and Triple H received a shot at the WWF Championship on the January 25, 1999 Raw Is War in an, but the match ended when Triple H was forced to quit or see his aide Chyna. This began a new angle for Triple H, as Chyna betrayed him by attacking him after the match and joining The Corporation. At, Triple H lost to Kane after Chyna interfered on his behalf and she was thought to have rejoined DX. Later on in the night, he betrayed his long-time friend and fellow DX member X-Pac by helping retain the European Championship and joined The Corporation. Turning in the process. In April, he started to move away from his DX look, taping his fists for matches, sporting new and shorter wrestling trunks and adopting a shorter hairstyle.

His gimmick changed as he fought to earn a WWF Championship opportunity. After failed attempts at winning the championship, Triple H and Mankind challenged then WWF Champion to a at, which featured as the special guest referee. Mankind won the match by pinning Austin. The following night on Raw Is War, Triple H defeated Mankind to win his first WWF Championship. He dropped the WWF Championship to Mr. McMahon on the September 16, 1999 episode of before regaining it at in a that included Davey Boy Smith,, Kane, The Rock and Mankind. He defeated Stone Cold Steve Austin at before dropping the title to Big Show.

Triple H then continued his feud with Mr. McMahon by marrying his daughter and defeating McMahon. As a result of the feud, an angle with Triple H and Stephanie began which carried the WWF throughout the next seventeen months; together they were known as.

McMahon-Helmsley Era (2000–2001). Main articles: and By January 2000, Triple H had dubbed himself 'The Game', implying that he was on top of the wrestling world (as in not merely the 'best in the game', but that he was in fact 'the game') and was nicknamed 'The Cerebral Assassin' by ('The Game' nickname was originally intended for, with Triple H adopting the nickname in honor of Owen). On the January 3 episode of Raw Is War, Triple H defeated Big Show to win his third WWF championship. Triple H feuded with in early 2000. They both fought at the in a Street Fight Match for the WWF Championship, which Triple H won after performing two Pedigrees on Foley. The feud ended at in a, where Triple H retained the title and forced Foley to retire. Triple H pinned The Rock at to retain the title, but lost it at to The Rock, thus ending his reign at 118 days.

He regained it three weeks later, in an at, only to lose it back to The Rock. Triple H then entered a storyline with, who upset Triple H by defeated him for the WWF Championship on the April 17 episode of Raw Is War before the title was returned to Triple H because of a fast count made by referee, and Jericho's reign is not being recognized. Their feud culminated in a at which was won by Triple H.

Afterwards, Triple H entered a feud with, initially over the WWF Championship, but then as a love triangle between himself, Angle, and Stephanie. Both Triple H and Angle wrestled for the WWF Championship against The Rock at, but The Rock retained the title after Angle received a during a Pedigree on a commentary table by Triple H.

The feud culminated at, where Triple H defeated Angle with a Pedigree after a from McMahon. After a brief run as a that saw him defeating at, Triple H reverted to his heel persona and restarted his feud with Stone Cold Steve Austin when it emerged that Triple H had paid off to run down Austin at, causing him to take a year off. While in the storyline Triple H said he had done it in order to shield Austin from the WWF Championship and end his career, in reality Austin's previous neck injuries started bothering him again, forcing him to have surgery. In November 2000, Triple H and Austin had a match at that ended when Triple H tried to trick Austin into coming into the parking lot to run him over again, only to have Austin lift his car up with a forklift and flip the car onto its roof 10 feet high.

Triple H returned a few weeks later to attack Austin, and their feud continued into 2001 and ended in a in which Triple H defeated Austin. In 2001, Triple H also feuded with, who. The night after WrestleMania, Triple H interfered in a steel cage match between Austin (who had just won the WWF Championship) and The Rock where he joined forces with Austin and double teamed on The Rock, forming a called. Triple H then defeated Chris Jericho for his third Intercontinental Championship on the April 5 SmackDown!, and won it for a fourth time two weeks later by defeating. Triple H then became a by winning the for the first time at when he and Austin defeated in a 'Winner Take All' tag team match. As Triple H was still Intercontinental Champion, the win made him a double champion.

During the May 21, 2001 episode of Raw Is War, he suffered a legitimate and career-threatening injury. In the night's main event, he and Austin were defending the WWF Tag Team Championship against Chris Jericho and. At one point, Jericho had Austin trapped in the and Triple H ran in to break it up, but just as he did, he suffered a tear in his left, causing it to come completely off the bone.

Despite his inability to place any weight on his leg, Triple H was able to complete the match. He even allowed Jericho to put him in the Walls of Jericho, a move that places considerable stress on the quadriceps. The tear required an operation, which was performed. This injury brought an abrupt end to the McMahon-Helmsley Era, as the rigorous process kept Triple H out of action for over eight months, completely missing storyline. Evolution (2002–2005). Triple H after he won the at Triple H returned to Raw as a face on January 7, 2002. He won the and received an match at, where Triple H defeated Chris Jericho for the Undisputed WWF Championship.

After holding the title for a month, Triple H dropped it to. Triple H then became exclusive to the roster due to the and continued to feud with Jericho, culminating in a Hell in a Cell match at, which Triple H won. On the June 6, 2002 episode of SmackDown!, Triple H defeated Hogan in a #1 contender match for the Undisputed WWE Championship at the against The Undertaker, but was unsuccessful at the event. In the interim, between the Royal Rumble and WrestleMania, the McMahon-Helmsley Faction was brought to an official on-screen conclusion. By the time he returned, Triple H's on-screen marriage to Stephanie McMahon was faltering, so Stephanie faked a pregnancy in order to get him back on her side. When he learned that it was fake, he dumped her publicly on Raw when they were supposed to renew their wedding vows. Stephanie aligned with Jericho afterward, but she was forced to leave after losing a triple threat match on Raw the night after WrestleMania when she was pinned by Triple H.

The divorce, and thus the storyline, was finalized. Meanwhile, Shawn Michaels had made his return to WWE and joined the (nWo). Michaels and Kevin Nash planned to bring Triple H over to Raw in order to put him into the group. McMahon, however, disbanded the nWo following several backstage complications and brought in as the Raw. One of Bischoff's first intentions was to follow up on the nWo's plan and bring Triple H over to the roster. Triple H went to the Raw brand, reuniting with Michaels, but on July 22 he turned on Michaels by performing a Pedigree on him during what was supposed to be a DX reunion, turning once again.

The following week, Triple H smashed Michaels' face into a car window to prove that Michaels was weak. These events led to the beginning of a long storyline rivalry between the former partners and an eventual ' at, in which Michaels came out of retirement to win. Afterwards, however, Triple H attacked him with a and Michaels was carried out of the ring. Before September 2, 2002, WWE recognized only one, the WWE Undisputed Champion, for both the Raw and SmackDown! After SummerSlam, then WWE Undisputed Champion became exclusive to SmackDown!, leaving Raw without a world champion. Raw general manager Eric Bischoff then awarded Triple H the, represented by the (which previously had been used to represent the and ), making him the first World Heavyweight Champion. Triple H retained his title against at when hit Van Dam with a sledgehammer.

In October 2002, Triple H would begin a controversial feud with Kane, leading to a match at on October 20 in which both Kane's Intercontinental Championship and Triple H's World Heavyweight Championship were at stake. In the weeks preceding the match, Triple H claimed that, several years earlier, Kane had an relationship with a woman named Katie Vick. He went on to claim that, after Vick was killed in a, Kane (the driver) her corpse.

Triple H later threatened to show video footage of Kane committing the act in question; however, the footage that finally aired showed Triple H (dressed as Kane) simulating with a in a; Kane's tag team partner The Hurricane responded the following week by showing a video of Triple H (rather, someone wearing a Triple H series of masks) getting an. The was very unpopular with fans, and was de-emphasized before the title match.

Triple H went on to defeat Kane at No Mercy, the two titles. Triple H eventually lost the World Heavyweight Championship to Shawn Michaels in the first match. He defeated Van Dam to earn a title shot at with Michaels as the. He regained the title from Michaels in a at Armageddon. Triple H in April 2005 In January 2003, Triple H formed a stable known as with Ric Flair,, and.

Triple H and Flair challenged Rob Van Dam and Kane for the, but they lost the match. The group was pushed on Raw from 2003 to 2004 and the height of their dominance occurred after, where every member of Evolution left the pay-per-view holding a title. Triple H held the World Heavyweight Championship for most of 2003, defending it at a match against at in an angle with racist undertones. He lost the title after 280 days in September 2003 at to, in a match with the stipulation that had Goldberg lost, he would have to retire. After a failed attempt to win back the title from Goldberg in a rematch at the, he finally regained the championship against Goldberg in a triple threat match at Armageddon which also involved Kane. At the, Triple H and Shawn Michaels fought in a Last Man Standing match to a double, so Triple H retained the title as a result. Triple H dropped the title to Chris Benoit.

Triple H was drafted to the SmackDown! Brand on March 22 episode of Raw and failed to capture the from. Triple H was drafted back to Raw without competing on SmackDown! And tried to reclaim the World Heavyweight title from Chris Benoit in subsequent rematches, including a rematch from WrestleMania between Triple H, Benoit, and Shawn Michaels at, but came out unsuccessful. He then ended his feud with Michaels, defeating him in a Hell in a Cell match at, which became the longest Hell in a Cell match in history. He then resumed his feud with Chris Benoit, facing him for the title at and on the July 26 episode of Raw in a, losing both times after interfered and hit him with a steel chair.

He went on to defeat Eugene. Triple H then regained the title from former associate Randy Orton. Following a triple threat World Heavyweight title defense against Benoit and on the November 29, 2004 episode of Raw, the World Heavyweight Championship became for the first time. At, Triple H won the Elimination Chamber to begin his tenth world title reign. At, Triple H lost the championship to Batista, and subsequently lost two rematches at and. After Vengeance, Triple H took a hiatus from WWE due to suffering from minor neck problems. After four-month hiatus, Triple H returned to Raw on October 3, 2005 as part of.

He teamed with fellow Evolution member Flair to defeat and. After the match, Triple H turned on Flair hitting Flair with a sledgehammer, sparking a feud between the duo.

Flair defeated Triple H in a at for Flair's. Subsequently, Triple H defeated Flair in a non-title Last Man Standing match at to end their feud. D-Generation X reunion (2006–2007) Although Triple H failed to win the at the, another championship opportunity arose for him in the. He won the tournament, granting him a match for the at, where Triple H and fought in the main event for the title, which Triple H lost via. Later that month at, Triple H was involved in another WWE Championship match, fighting Edge and Cena in a triple threat match, where he lost again. Angered at his loss, a bloodied Triple H used his sledgehammer to attack both Edge and Cena and then performed a number of DX crotch chops.

Triple H unsuccessfully attempted to win the WWE title from Cena on numerous occasions, blaming his shortcomings on Vince McMahon, which eventually led to a feud between the McMahons and Triple H. DX striking their signature pose Shawn Michaels returned on the June 12 episode of Raw and soon reunited with Triple H to re-form D-Generation X, turning Triple H into a once again for the first time since 2002.

DX defeated at in a 5-on-2 handicap match. They continued their feud with Mr. McMahon, Shane McMahon and The Spirit Squad for several weeks. They then defeated The Spirit Squad again on the July 18, 2006 episode of in a 5-on-2 elimination match. They then again defeated the McMahons at, withstanding the attack of several wrestlers who assaulted them before the match as directed by Mr. At, D-Generation X then defeated the McMahons and in a 3-on-2 handicap Hell in a Cell match. During the match, DX embarrassed Vince by shoving his face in between Big Show's buttocks, and DX won when Triple H broke a sledgehammer over the shoulders of Mr.

McMahon after Michaels performed a on him. At during DX's feud with, special guest referee Eric Bischoff allowed the illegal use of a weapon to give Rated-RKO the win. At, DX got their revenge when their team defeated Edge and Orton's team in a clean sweep during their. In January 2007, at, DX and Rated-RKO fought to a no contest after Triple H suffered a legitimate torn right quadriceps (similar to the one he suffered in 2001 in his other leg) 15 minutes into the match. Surgery was successfully performed on January 9, 2007 by Dr. James Andrews.

Record-breaking WWE Champion (2007–2009) Triple H made his return at, where he defeated. Two months later at, Triple H was originally scheduled to face in a singles match. However, at the start of the night, Triple H decided to challenge newly named WWE Champion Randy Orton, reigniting his rivalry with Orton that had been interrupted following his injury.

Triple H won the match, winning his eleventh world championship and sixth WWE Championship, and then defended his title against Umaga in his regularly scheduled match after Mr. McMahon declared the match to be for the WWE title. After that McMahon gave Orton a rematch against Triple H in a Last Man Standing match in the main event, and Triple H lost after an on a broadcast table. Triple H's title reign at No Mercy is the fifth shortest reign in WWE history, only lasting through the duration of the event.

After winning the Raw Elimination Chamber match at, Triple H gained a WWE Championship match by outlasting five other men, last eliminating after a Pedigree on a steel chair. However, at WrestleMania XXIV, Orton retained after Triple H and pinning John Cena following Triple H's Pedigree on Cena.

A month later, at, Triple H won the title in a fatal four-way elimination match against Orton, Cena, and, tying the record for most WWE Championship reigns with The Rock. Triple H then retained the title against Orton at in a steel cage match and again at in a Last Man Standing match. Orton suffered a legitimate injury during the match, thus ending the feud prematurely.

Triple H as in November 2008 Triple H then went on to defeat John Cena to successfully defend the WWE Championship. On the June 23 episode of Raw, Triple H was drafted to the SmackDown brand as a part of the, in the process making the WWE Championship exclusive to SmackDown. He defended the championship over the summer by defeating the likes of at and at, and was the only champion to retain his title at 's. After this, he successfully defended it against both at and. At, Triple H was scheduled to defend the championship against and Jeff Hardy, but Hardy was kept out of the match after a scripted attack and injury. During the match, SmackDown general manager announced that Edge had returned and introduced him into the contest.

Hardy interfered and hit Triple H with a steel chair meant for Edge, thus costing him the title after a 210 days reign and resulting in Edge winning his sixth world title. After failing to regain the title at, Triple H entered seventh in the 2009, but was last eliminated by Randy Orton. In February at, Triple H won the WWE Championship in the SmackDown Elimination Chamber match, setting the record for most reigns at eight. That record stood until 2011 when John Cena won his ninth WWE Championship.

On the February 16 episode of Raw, Triple H made an appearance aiding and, after they were attacked by Randy Orton. On the February 20 episode of SmackDown, Triple H was interviewed by; in the interview, footage was shown highlighting the events that occurred on the February 16 episode of Raw. Ross asked Triple H how he felt seeing that footage, in response, he broke character (after 5 years of marriage) by admitting that is his father-in-law, that Shane is his brother-in-law, and that Stephanie is his wife, thus creating a rivalry between Triple H and Orton.

Mere Bina Tu Phata Poster Nikla Hero Instrumental. On the February 23 episode of Raw, Triple H confronted Orton, before attacking him,, and (a group known as ) with a sledgehammer and chasing them from the arena. At, Triple H defeated Orton to retain the title. He teamed with Shane McMahon and Batista against Orton and The Legacy in a six-man tag match for the WWE Championship at, which they lost after Orton pinned Triple H following a Punt Kick. After six weeks off of TV, selling the injury, he lost a Three Stages of Hell title match to Orton.

At, he again lost a title match to Orton in a triple threat match also involving John Cena. Final run with D-Generation X (2009–2010) On the August 10 episode of Raw, Triple H met with Michaels at an office cafeteria in Texas where Michaels was working as a chef; throughout the show, Triple H tried to convince Michaels to return to WWE from hiatus. After several incidents (including grease grill burgers on fire and Michaels shouting at a little girl), Michaels agreed to team with Triple H to face The Legacy at, the girl, and quit his chef job. On the August 17 episode of Raw, Triple H and Michaels officially reunited as DX, but as they were in the process of their in-ring promo, The Legacy attacked them both. Their first match after reuniting was against The Legacy at SummerSlam, which they won. At, however, they lost to The Legacy in the first ever in WWE history. At, DX defeated The Legacy in a Hell in a Cell match.

DX unsuccessfully challenged John Cena for the WWE Championship in a triple threat match at, after which they remained friends and partners. On December 13 at, DX defeated (Chris Jericho and Big Show) to win the Unified in a. This was their first tag team championship reign together. Triple H at the in December 2010 On December 21, Triple H announced that was the new DX mascot. This came about after Hornswoggle sued DX for emotional and physical distress due to them not allowing him to join DX. After being taken to court where they were ruled guilty by a jury and judge consisting of, Michaels told Triple H that Hornswoggle could be the mascot. Triple H agreed to it only if the charges were dropped, which Hornswoggle agreed to.

On January 11, 2010 episode of Raw, Mike Tyson, who was the Raw guest host for the night, teamed with Jericho to face DX; however, at the end of the bout, Tyson turned on Jericho and aligned himself with Triple H and Michaels. On the February 8 episode of Raw, DX lost the Unified Tag Team Championship to ShoMiz ( and Big Show) in a triple threat elimination tag match, also involving ( and ).

On the March 1 episode of Raw, they lost a rematch for the title. This was their last televised match before Michaels retired.

Michaels and Triple H had a non-wrestling reunion at the 2010. On February 21, Triple H eliminated then WWE Champion from the Elimination Chamber match, though he did not win the title himself.

Sheamus attacked him weeks later, setting up a match at, which Triple H won. Also at WrestleMania, Michaels lost to The Undertaker and was forced to retire. While giving a farewell speech the next night, Sheamus attacked him and set up a rematch. Sheamus attacked Triple H at the start of the show, before later winning the match. Triple H then took time off to recover from injuries. Triple H made an untelevised appearance on October 30 at the WWE Fan Appreciation Event and also at the 2010.

Chief Operating Officer (2011–2013) On the February 21, 2011 episode of Raw, Triple H returned, interrupting the return of and challenging him to a match at, which later became a No Holds Barred match. A week later, he attacked Sheamus with a Pedigree through a broadcast table in retaliation for Sheamus giving him a ten-month injury. At WrestleMania XXVII, Triple H lost, which; Undertaker was carried from the ring on a stretcher whereas Triple H left on his own accord. At the end of the July 18 episode of Raw, Triple H returned on behalf of WWE's board of directors to relieve his father-in-law of his duties. This was followed by the announcement that he had been assigned to take over as Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the WWE. This was during a storyline where CM Punk had won the WWE Championship and left the company.

Though a new champion was crowned, Triple H helped re-sign Punk and upheld both championship reigns. He announced he would referee a match to unify both WWE Championships. Although he counted a pinfall for CM Punk to win, John Cena's leg was on the ropes, which would break the pin. Regardless, Triple H's longtime friend attacked Punk immediately after the match to allow to become the new champion. Though Nash and Punk demanded a match against each other, Triple H fired Nash for insubordination and booked himself in a No Disqualification match at with his position of COO on the line. He won the match despite interference from, Nash, and.

After repeated attacks from these wrestlers in various matches, the majority of WWE's on-screen staff gave Triple H a vote of no confidence. McMahon returned to relieve him of his duties on Raw, though he remained the COO.

He was replaced as general manager of Raw by Laurinaitis, who booked him in a tag team match against Miz and R-Truth. During the match, Nash once again attacked him and did so the following night on the October 24 episode of Raw, hospitalizing him (kayfabe). WWE later announced that Triple H had sustained a fractured vertebra, and would be out of action. He returned on December 12, as part of the. On December 18, he defeated Nash at in, after attacking him with a sledgehammer. Triple H being taunted by ahead of their second consecutive match Triple H returned on the January 30, 2012 episode of Raw to evaluate Laurinaitis' performance as general manager.

Before he could announce the decision, he was interrupted by the returning Undertaker. After initially refusing the rematch as he did not want to tarnish The Undertaker's legacy, Triple H accepted the challenge after being called a coward who lives in Shawn Michaels' shadow, on the condition their rematch be contested inside Hell in a Cell. Triple H went on to lose this match. Triple H returned on the April 30 episode of Raw, when he refused to give in to 's unreasonable contract demands, resulting in Lesnar attacking him and storyline breaking his arm. Upon his return two weeks later, Triple H was confronted by Lesnar's legal representative,, who announced Lesnar was filing a lawsuit against WWE for breach of contract. After he accosted Heyman, Heyman threatened another lawsuit against Triple H for assault and battery.

At the in June, Triple H challenged Lesnar, who was not present, to a match at, which Heyman refused on Lesnar's behalf the following night on Raw. At, Stephanie McMahon goaded Heyman into Triple H's challenge against Lesnar. To anger Triple H, Lesnar broke Michaels's arm on the August 13 episode of Raw.

Six days later at SummerSlam, Triple H lost to Lesnar after submitting to the Kimura Lock, breaking his arm again in storyline. On the August 27 episode of Raw, Triple H was supposed to address his potential retirement, but did not make a definitive decision. On the December 17 episode of Raw, Triple H made a non-wrestling appearance for the debuting with his new haircut.

Triple H returned on the February 25, 2013 episode of Raw, brawling with Brock Lesnar after he attempted to attack Mr. The brawl resulted in Lesnar having his head split open and requiring 18 stitches.

The following week, Triple H issued a challenge to Lesnar, requesting a rematch with him at, which Lesnar accepted on the condition that he could choose the stipulation. The following week, after Triple H signed the contract and assaulted Heyman, the stipulation was revealed as No Holds Barred with Triple H's career on the line. At WrestleMania, Triple H defeated Lesnar after a Pedigree onto the steel steps. On the April 15 episode of Raw, Heyman challenged Triple H to face Lesnar in a steel cage match at, which Triple H accepted the following week.

Triple H ended up losing the match at the pay-per-view on May 19 thanks to interference from Heyman, and he also injured his jaw. The next night on Raw, Triple H wrestled Heyman's newest client,. He suffered a storyline and was deemed to have forfeited.

Despite being medically cleared to wrestle before the June 3 episode of Raw, Vince and Stephanie McMahon did not allow Triple H to wrestle Axel, citing concerns for his well-being and the safety of his children. In response, Triple H stormed out the arena and vowed to return to the ring the next week on Raw.

On that episode, he lost to Axel when McMahon dubiously disqualified him, ordered Axel to leave the ring, then stole the bell and microphone to prevent the match from being restarted. The Authority (2013–2016).

Triple H and Stephanie McMahon as The Authority On the August 12 episode of Raw, Triple H announced that he would be the special guest referee of the main event: the WWE Championship match between champion and before attacking with a Pedigree. At the event, after Bryan won the match and the title, Triple H attacked Bryan with a Pedigree, allowing to cash in his and win the title, turning heel for the first time since 2006. Along with his wife Stephanie, they created, with as his enforcers and later joining as the Director of Operations. Over the coming weeks he set up handicap matches against any wrestlers who questioned his decisions, such as and, even firing in retaliation for the latter's insolence. On the October 7 episode of Raw, after 'firing' Big Show, Show knocked him out in retaliation and was carried out by officials out of the arena. At the, Triple H immediately performed a Pedigree on Orton after Bryan shoved him into Stephanie McMahon, despite Orton's shock. Triple H's grand entrance at At, Triple H lost to Bryan, thereby granting Bryan a part in the subsequent title match against and champion Randy Orton.

Triple H assaulted Bryan after the match and later attempted to prevent Bryan from winning the title by interfering and recruiting as a crooked referee, but these attempts were unsuccessful as Bryan won the title by making Batista submit. In order to end Bryan's title reign, Triple H re-formed Evolution with Orton and Batista on the April 18 episode of SmackDown, but Bryan remained champion due to The Shield turning on The Authority. At, Evolution lost to The Shield and again at in a. On the June 2 episode of Raw, Batista would leave the group after Triple H refused to grant him his shot at the.

Triple H would then resort to 'Plan B', which would be turning on The Shield and rejoining The Authority. On the October 27 episode of Raw, Triple H would offer John Cena a chance to join forces with The Authority, which Cena refused. This led to Triple H announcing a five-on-five tag team elimination match for, with a team representing The Authority facing a team captained by Cena. On the November 3 episode of Raw, announced that if Team Authority would lose, they would be removed from power. On the November 21 episode of SmackDown, Triple H announced that if Team Cena lost, all of Team Cena, except Cena himself, would be fired. At Survivor Series, Big Show joined The Authority by betraying Cena, but made his WWE debut, attacking crooked referee Scott Armstrong and Triple H, and assisted Dolph Ziggler in pinning Rollins to give Team Cena the victory, putting the Authority out of power. Triple H making his inspired grand entrance at After being out of power for a month, Rollins coaxed Cena into reinstating The Authority on the December 29 episode of Raw, by holding Raw guest host hostage with Big Show.

On the January 19 episode of Raw, Cena would defeat Rollins, Kane and Big Show in a handicap match when Sting distracted The Authority, allowing Cena to pin Rollins and win back the jobs of Ziggler, and, who had been fired two weeks previously by Triple H and Stephanie. On January 26, it was officially announced via WWE.com that Triple H challenged Sting to a 'face-to-face' confrontation at, which Sting accepted; at the confrontation, Sting challenged Triple H to a match at, which Triple H accepted.

At WrestleMania, Triple H defeated Sting with interference from D-Generation-X, but shook hands with Sting after the match. After his match with Sting, he and Stephanie McMahon were later confronted by and during a promo regarding the record crowd at the event. Throughout 2015, Triple H maintained his role as the leader of The Authority, and was involved in mediating issues between Seth Rollins and Kane.

Over the summer, Triple H began to test Rollins by having him defend the championship against,, John Cena, and Sting. After Rollins suffered a legitimate severe knee injury at a, the WWE World Heavyweight Championship was vacated and it was announced that there would be a tournament to determine a new champion. On the November 9 episode of Raw, Triple H offered to give Reigns a bye to the finals of the tournament if he joined The Authority, but Reigns refused. At Survivor Series, Reigns defeated Dean Ambrose in the tournament finals to become WWE World Heavyweight Champion. Triple H came out and attempted to congratulate Reigns, but was instead hit with a. This allowed to cash in his Money in the Bank contract and quickly defeat Reigns to win the championship, resulting in Sheamus aligning with The Authority. The Authority made a rematch between Reigns and Sheamus for the title on the November 30 episode of Raw, with the stipulation that Dean Ambrose and would lose their Intercontinental Championship and WWE Tag Team Championship title shots if Reigns failed to win the match in under 5 minutes and 15 seconds (which was the length Reigns' title reign at Survivor Series); Reigns won by disqualification, allowing Ambrose and The Usos to keep their title shots.

At, Sheamus retained the WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Reigns due to interference from The League of Nations. After the match, Reigns 'snapped' and viciously attacked Sheamus as well as Triple H, who had come to calm Reigns.

Due to the injuries (kayfabe) suffered from Reigns, Triple H took a hiatus from television. Triple H returned at the match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, as the unannounced 30th entrant. After eliminating the defending champion, Roman Reigns, he then eliminated Dean Ambrose to secure his second Royal Rumble win and 14th world championship overall.

After breaking Reigns' nose in storyline, Triple H was then challenged by Ambrose, whom he defeated at to defend the title, before dropping it back to Reigns – who had become the #1 contender for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship by defeating Dean Ambrose and Brock Lesnar in a triple threat match at – at, ending his reign at 70 days. After WrestleMania 32, with The Authority now disbanded, Triple H competed in the WWE Live tour of the United Kingdom in late April before taking a hiatus from WWE television, whilst occasionally appearing at and events. He was present for the finales of the Cruiserweight Classic and the, awarding the titles to and, respectively. Various appearances (2016–present) On the August 29 episode of Raw, Triple H made his return by interfering in the main event for the recently vacated and established. Firstly, he attacked rival Roman Reigns with a Pedigree, allowing former Authority stable member Seth Rollins to eliminate him, before attacking Rollins with a Pedigree, allowing to win the title. Triple H appeared at on September 25, escorting his wife Stephanie McMahon from the building, after Owens successfully defended the Universal Championship against Rollins. On the January 23, 2017 episode of Raw, in an match between Rollins and, Triple H's music hit, providing the distraction which led to Zayn defeating Rollins and, in the process, stealing Rollins' place in the.

On January 28 at, Rollins would 'takeover' the show and called out Triple H, who appeared and summoned security guards to escort Rollins out of the arena. On January 30, Triple H made his first appearance on Raw since August 2016, supposedly to finally accept Rollins' challenge for a match. However, he did not, labelling Rollins as an abject failure, despite all the chances he was given. He called Rollins out to come and meet his destroyer, which he does so, only for him to be jumped.

Rollins suffered a legitimate knee injury in the ambush, casting doubt over the potential match with Triple H, which led to a non-sanctioned match at on April 2, where Triple H lost to Rollins. On the November 13 episode of Raw, Triple H announced himself as the fifth member of Team Raw for. At Survivor Series, team captain was about to win the match for Raw but Triple H pedigreed Angle which also led to Angle's elimination in the match. However later himself pinned the of Team Smackdown as it appeared Triple H wanted the credit for Raw's victory. After the match fellow sole survivor powerslammed him twice. He was also seen hitting the video screen as he exited the stage.

Business career. Levesque at the 2017 In 2010, Levesque's role as an Executive Senior Advisor was officially formalized as he was given an office at WWE headquarters in.

Levesque was named Executive Vice President, Talent and Live events in 2011. In this role he oversees the talent relations and talent development departments, training of performers and management of worldwide recruitment. Levesque's role within the company has been under much criticism since 2003, as many fans and some wrestlers view it as a way to keep him on top on-screen and to give him more television time. Levesque has spoken against this criticism and has denied all of it. Additionally, Levesque has been credited [ ] for losing in high-profile matches that helped elevate the careers of younger wrestlers including John Cena, Randy Orton, Batista, Jeff Hardy, Brock Lesnar, Daniel Bryan and Roman Reigns. As the founder of since its inception in 2012, Levesque has been widely praised for helping cultivate the brand, recruiting fresh new talent, and helping guide the brand to various levels of success including sold-out shows, increased respect for women's wrestling, and international expansion.

[ ] In 2013, his title was elevated to Executive Vice-president of Talent, Live Events and Creative where he also works with WWE creative direction and storylines of WWE's programming. In 2013, Levesque earned a combined salary of just over $1.5 million (U.S.) from his front office job and as a wrestler.

He also owns just over $1.5 million (U.S.) in WWE stock. Philanthropy In 2014, Levesque and his wife Stephanie created the 'Connor's Cure' cancer fund in honor of, a WWE fan who died of cancer at the age of eight. Personal life.

Triple H is also a five-time – totaling being a 14-time overall in WWE • International Wrestling Federation • IWF Heavyweight Championship (1 time) • IWF Tag Team Champions (1 time) – with • • (2000) vs. • Feud of the Year (2004) vs. • Feud of the Year (2009) vs. • Feud of the Year (2013) vs. – as a member of • (2004) vs.

Chris Benoit and at • Match of the Year (2012) vs. In a match at • Most Hated Wrestler of the Decade (2000–2009) • (2003–2005) • Most Hated Wrestler of the Year (2013) – as a member of The Authority • Most Hated Wrestler of the Year (2014) – with • Wrestler of the Decade (2000–2009) • (2008) • Ranked No. 1 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the in 2000 and 2009 • Ranked No. 139 of the top 500 singles wrestlers of the PWI Years in 2003 • • () – with Shawn Michaels • () • () • () • () • () – with (1) and Shawn Michaels (1) • () • (, ) • • • • (3 times) • Best Hair () • Match of the Year () – vs.

The Undertaker in a at WrestleMania XXVIII • OMG Moment of the Year () – Triple H performing a on The Undertaker and The Undertaker at WrestleMania XXVII • • (2015) with Ryan Ward • (2000) vs. • Feud of the Year (2004) vs. Chris Benoit and Shawn Michaels • Feud of the Year (2005) vs. • (2000) • (2002) Accusing of murder and necrophilia (Katie Vick) • (2002–2004, 2009) • (2002, 2003) • (2002) vs.

Kane • Worst Feud of the Year (2006) with Shawn Michaels vs. And • Worst Feud of the Year (2011) vs. At • Worst Worked Match of the Year (2008) vs. And at • () Other awards and honors • • Hall of Fame (2017) • International Sports Hall of Fame • Class of 2015 • • Metal Hammer's Spirit of Lemmy Award (2016) Luchas de Apuestas record.

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