Triple H has been entertaining fans for many years thanks to its extraordinary performances. The Game has established itself as one of the most popular and recognizable wrestlers of the modern era and has been the iconic face of D-Generation X and Evolution.
HHH held 24 titles during his long career and was 14 times world champion. He also won the 1997 edition of the ‘King of the Ring’ tournament, the Royal Rumble (in 2002 and 2016) and was the second winner of the Grand Slam Championship.
‘Hunter’ has progressively moved away from the ring in recent years to devote himself to his managerial role. It is no mystery that Triple H personally contributed to the birth and development of NXT, whose shows have become a great alternative to Raw and SmackDown.
The former heavyweight champion recently underwent a delicate heart operation. According to Dave Meltzer, a well-known correspondent for the ‘Wrestling Observer’, it is very unlikely that The Game will go back to fighting.
Although he has not yet officially retired, his last high-profile matches date back to 2019. At WrestleMania 35 he faced and defeated Batista, while at Super ShowDown he saw it with Randy Orton.
Backstage news on Triple H
“I don’t expect Triple H to fight again in the future, I have to be very honest” – confided Meltzer.
“There is a remote chance of seeing him back in the ring, but only in case, he feels the need to play one last match before retiring. In any case, he will have to receive the authorization of the doctors, which I can assure you will not arrive in a short time.
Do you think that he is not even back yet to do his work behind the scenes at NXT 2.0” – he added. In recent days, word had spread that HHH wanted to open a pro-wrestling company independent of WWE. Meltzer wanted to clarify: “Triple H has health problems right now and he wouldn’t even have the money to carry out such an operation.
It would be a bit too much for him too.” Stephanie McMahon, Triple H’s wife, shared an update on his health while speaking with Alex McCarthy. Based on her comment, it seems like the WWE Hall of Famer’s recovery is going well.
“I had the chance to quickly speak to Stephanie McMahon yesterday and she says that Triple H, Paul Leveque, is ‘doing great’ following his cardiac event. Good news,” wrote McCarthy.