15 Things You Probably Forgot About Triple H

Triple H has had a long and storied career in WWE. He’s accomplished everything that there possibly is to accomplish. Triple H is a fourteen-time World Champion, a five-time Intercontinental Champion, a two-time European Champion, and a three-time Tag Team Champion. He has also won the Royal Rumble on two occasions as well as the King of the Ring. He was trained by the late, great Killer Kowalski in Massachusetts. Triple H is a member of the infamous stable known as The Kliq who would run professional wrestling in the mid-to-late ’90s. He created NXT which has grown a great fan base among wrestling fans. With all these Triple H facts, it must be hard to believe that there are 15 things you may not have known about Triple H. You would have to be a hardcore Triple H fan to know each and every one of these facts. Some of these facts may come off as bizarre and hard to believe. Others may fit Triple H’s persona perfectly. Some may be completely random and hilarious.

Here are 15 things you may have forgotten about Triple H.



As I previously mentioned, Triple H took part in the infamous Curtain Call incident. The incident received much undeserved backlash as wrestlers break kayfabe on a nightly basis nowadays. Since both Scott Hall and Kevin Nash were leaving for more money in WCW, and Shawn Michaels was the WWE Champion, Triple H was the only one they could punish. He lost his chance to become the King of the Ring and his entire push was halted. He essentially jobbed out every night. They could have made him a perpetual jobber and his career could have been history. Luckily they backed off and they resumed his push. Eventually, Triple H would take a huge leap in to super-stardom and is now regarded as one of the greatest WWE Superstars of all time.


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