Contract: 12 weeks at $120,000 with $5,000 signing bonus
Height : 6'5"
Weight : 272 pounds
Status : Face
Bank Savings: $15,000
Finisher : Pedigree
Accomplishments: None Yet
Airtime: 50 lines
Triple H calls himself "The Game," and you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone who disagrees with that assumption.
Since making his WWF debut in the spring of 1995 (as Hunter Hearst Helmsley), Triple H has done it all in the sports-entertainment industry. He's the only man in the history of the business to have been a Grand Slam Champion and to have won both a King of the Ring and a Royal Rumble.
Triple H's dedication to the business was never more evident than on the May 21, 2001, episode of RAW. On that night, The Game teamed with Stone Cold Steve Austin to take on Chris Benoit and Chris Jericho in a Tag Team Championship match. During the bout, Triple H tore his left quadriceps muscle completely off the bone. Yet The Game found the heart to finish the bout, never once even thinking about giving up.
After eight months of hellacious rehab, The Game returned to a hero's welcome on the Jan. 7, 2002, episode of RAW. The fans of WWF sympathized with Triple H, thus making him one of the top fan favorites of that time.
Triple H then did the unexpected. Upon returning to the WWF he reformed the infamous group Degeneration-X along with old-time buddy HBK Shawn Michaels and Bill Goldberg. This threesome is unsoppable and will continue to be a fighting force in the near future of the WWF.