Profile:
  • Name: Triple H
  • Real Name: Paul Levesque
  • Date of Birth: July 27, 1969
  • Hometown: Greenwich, Connecticut, United States of America
  • Height: 6'4
  • Weight: 255 pounds
  • WWE Debut: October 6, 1997
  • Nicknames: "The Game", "Cerebral Assassin", "King of Kings"
  • Finisher: Pedigree
  • Career Highlights: 8-time WWE Champion, 5-time World Heavyweight Champion, 4-time WWE Intercontinental Champion, 2-time WWF European Champion, 1-time WWE Tag Team Champion (with Shawn Michaels), 2-time World Tag Team Champion (1-time with Stone Cold Steve Austin and 1-time with Shawn Michaels), 2002 Royal Rumble Winner, 7th Triple Crown Champion, 2nd Grand Slam Champion
  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI) Wins: PWI #1 Wrestler (2000), Feud of the Year Award vs. Kurt Angle (2000), Most Hated Wrestler of the Year Award (2004), Match of the Year Award vs. Chris Benoit and Shawn Michaels in a Triple Threat match for World Heavyweight Championship (2004), Feud of the Year Award vs. Chris Benoit (2004), Most Hated Wrestler of the Year Award (2004), Most Hated Wrestler of the Year Award (2005), Wrestler of the Year Award (2008), PWI #1 Wrestler (2009), Feud of the Year Award vs. Randy Orton (2009)
  • Slammy Award Wins: OMG Moment of the Year for performing Tombstone Piledriver on Undertaker at WrestleMania XXVII (2011), Match of the Year Award vs. Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell match at WrestleMania XXVIII (2012)
  • Slammy Award Nominations: Superstar of the Year Award (2008), Match of the Year Award for Royal Rumble match at Royal Rumble (2008), Tag Team of the Year Award with Triple H for D-Generation X (2009), Extreme Moment of the Year Award for invading Randy Orton's home (2009), Comeback of the Year Award with Shawn Michaels, X-Pac and New Age Outlaws for D-Generation X (2012), Couple of the Year Award with Stephanie McMahon (2013), Double-Cross of the Year Award for turning on Daniel Bryan and costing him WWE Championship at SummerSlam (2013), Match of the Year Award vs. Brock Lesnar in a Steel Cage match at WrestleMania 29 (2013)

Biography:

Triple H is undoubtedly one of the greatest wrestlers in the history of World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). No matter whether he used dirty tricks and sidekicks to reach to the top of the sports-entertainment or he did his own work, Triple H has gotten involved in some of the best matches and some of the memorable and lengthy rivalries of WWE history. He is not just a good wrestler but also an intelligent guy, who has not just used his intelligence to become a 13-time world champion but also to become the son-in-law of WWE Chairman Vince McMahon by marrying Vince's daughter Stephanie McMahon.

Hunter Hearst Helmsley was abbreviated to Triple H in 1997 by his D-Generation X leader Shawn Michaels. He was initially the sidekick of The Heartbreak Kid but went on to usurp the leadership of DX and transform it into DX Army, which became one of the main reasons of WWE's success during the Attitude Era. Triple H set out on his own to wrestle in main event matches against company's top competitors and ruled over the company with the help of McMahon Family. He formed his own group Evolution with Ric Flair, Randy Orton and Batista. The group was a combination of past (Flair), present (Triple H) and future (Orton and Batista). Triple H destroys his enemies with his trusty sledgehammer and makes an unique entrance to the ring by drinking water from his bottle and then spitting it up in the air.

World Wrestling Federation / Entertainment (1997 - present)
In October 1997, Shawn Michaels renamed his ally Hunter Hearst Helmsley to Triple H to transform him from the rich snob to a cooler wrestler wearing T-shirts and adopting a new extreme attitude. On October 6 edition of Raw is War, Triple H competed in his first match under the new ring name, defeating rival faction Hart Foundation's leader Bret Hart by count-out after Shawn Michaels delivered a Sweet Chin Music to Hart, thus getting an upset victory against Hart. Michaels, Triple H, Rick Rude and Chyna called their group D-Generation X after Hart made fun of them and called them degenerates.

After Shawn Michaels controversially won the WWF Championship at Survivor Series in the Montreal Screwjob incident, DX began feuding with the WWF Commissioner Sgt. Slaughter. At D-Generation X: In Your House, Triple H made his pay-per-view debut in a Boot Camp match against Slaughter. Triple H defeated Slaughter after Triple H's bodyguard Chyna delivered a Low Blow to Slaughter. Later that night, Triple H and Chyna attacked Ken Shamrock and helped Shawn Michaels in retaining the WWF Championship by getting him disqualified.

On December 22 (taped December 11) edition of Raw is War, Triple H won his first championship by defeating Shawn Michaels to win the WWF European Championship after Slaughter ordered them to wrestle for the championship and Michaels laid down for Triple H to pin him for the championship. After winning the championship, Triple H suffered an injury and began walking on crutches. Entering 1998, Triple H and Chyna eliminated the remaining Hart Foundation member Owen Hart from the 1998 Royal Rumble match at Royal Rumble. Triple H was scheduled to participate in the match but he could not participate due to injury and was replaced by Honky Tonk Man.

On January 26 (taped January 20) edition of Raw is War, Triple H refused to defend the WWF European Championship against Owen Hart, resulting in The Artist Formerly Known As Goldust competing in the match and being dressed as Triple H. Hart won the championship. Triple H's reign ended at 40 days. At No Way Out in Texas: In Your House, Triple H, Savio Vega and New Age Outlaws competed against Owen Hart, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Cactus Jack and Chainsaw Charlie in an eight-man tag team match in a losing effort. On March 17 (taped March 16) edition of Raw is War, Triple H defeated Owen Hart to win his second WWF European Championship after Chyna attacked Hart's injured ankle with a baseball bat, prompting referee to stop the match. At WrestleMania XIV, Triple H made his WrestleMania debut as he successfully defended the championship against Hart.

Shawn Michaels was forced to retire after losing the WWF Championship at WrestleMania XIV because of suffering a back injury, leading to Triple H berating Michaels and usurping the leadership of D-Generation X. He added X-Pac and New Age Outlaws to the group. At Mayhem in Manchester, Triple H received his first opportunity for the WWF Championship as he unsuccessfully challenged Stone Cold Steve Austin for the championship. Triple H defeated Owen Hart to retain the WWF European Championship at Unforgiven: In Your House after X-Pac attacked Hart with a fire extinguisher. Triple H lead DX to invade WCW Monday Nitro on numerous occasions, which lead to the increase in popularity of the group. The group was referred to as DX Army and their popularity within the WWF audiences due to their WCW invasions turned them babyfaces. DX Army wrote their catchphrase "Suck It!" into the sky.

DX Army began feuding with Nation of Domination after Triple H and DX's rival Owen Hart joined Nation. On May 11 edition of Raw is War, Triple H fought Hart to a no contest after Nation and DX began fighting with each other. At Over the Edge: In Your House, Triple H and New Age Outlaws represented DX against Nation members Owen Hart, Kama and D'Lo Brown. The following night, on June 1 edition of Raw is War, The Rock, Owen Hart and D'Lo Brown defeated Triple H and New Age Outlaws in an Elimination match. Triple H was disqualified when Ken Shamrock attacked Hart. Hart survived the match.

On June 15 edition of Raw is War, Triple H defeated X-Pac by count-out in a King of the Ring qualifying match after Owen Hart attacked X-Pac on the floor. The following week, on June 22 edition of Raw is War, Triple H participated in the 1998 King of the Ring Tournament, losing to The Rock in the quarter-final round. Triple H ended his rivalry with Owen Hart and began his next rivalry with Nation of Domination leader The Rock. On July 20 (taped July 14) edition of Raw is War, Triple H lost the WWF European Championship to D'Lo Brown after Rock delivered a Rock Bottom to Triple H. Triple H's reign ended at 120 days. During this time, Triple H began romancing his bodyguard Chyna as she became his girlfriend.

At Fully Loaded: In Your House, Triple H competed against The Rock in a 30-minute Two out of Three Falls match for the WWF Intercontinental Championship. The match ended in a time limit draw. As a result, Rock retained the championship. On July 28 edition of Raw is War, Triple H defeated DX teammate X-Pac to become the #1 contender for the championship after Chyna delivered a Low Blow to X-Pac. At SummerSlam, Triple H defeated The Rock in a Ladder match to win the WWF Intercontinental Championship after Chyna delivered a Low Blow to Rock. Triple H suffered a knee injury and was forced to vacate the championship on October 9. As a result, Triple H was out of action for one month. He handed over the championship belt to the new champion Ken Shamrock, who won the championship in a tournament.

At Survivor Series, Triple H was scheduled to participate in the Deadly Games Tournament for the vacated WWF Championship against The Rock in the first round but he was replaced by Big Boss Man due to his injury. On November 30 edition of Raw is War, Triple H made a surprise return to WWF television to rescue teammate X-Pac from an attack by The Corporation. Upon Triple H's return, DX Army began a rivalry with Corporation. At Capital Carnage, Triple H defeated Jeff Jarrett. Entering 1999, Triple H defeated Mankind in a qualification match for Royal Rumble on January 4 edition of Raw is War.

The following week, on January 11 edition of Raw is War, Triple H participated in a Corporate Rumble as the #8 entrant to determine the #30 entrant in the Royal Rumble match. He was eliminated by Mr. McMahon. Chyna won the Corporate Rumble. At Royal Rumble, Triple H participated in his first Royal Rumble match as the #23 entrant. He lasted fourteen minutes until he was eliminated by Stone Cold Steve Austin. Mr. McMahon won the 1999 Royal Rumble. On January 25 edition of Raw is War, Chyna turned on DX when Triple H was forced to quit in an "I Quit" match against The Rock when The Corporation held Chyna hostage and Chyna delivered a Low Blow to Triple H and joined Corporation. As a result, Triple H and X-Pac began a rivalry with Kane and Chyna, which culminated in a match between the two teams at St. Valentine's Day Massacre: In Your House, which Kane and Chyna won after Shane McMahon distracted X-Pac.

Triple H began a rivalry with Kane, which culminated in a match between the two at WrestleMania XV, which Kane won by disqualification after Chyna turned on The Corporation by delivering a Low Blow to Kane and rejoined Triple H and DX. However, later that night, Triple H and Chyna turned on DX by delivering a Pedigree to X-Pac during his WWF European Championship title shot against Shane McMahon and helped Shane in winning the match. As a result, Triple H turned heel and he and Chyna left DX and joined The Corporation. Triple H began a rivalry with X-Pac, which culminated in a match between the two at Backlash: In Your House, which Triple H won by cheating after a distraction by Chyna.

At No Mercy in UK, Triple H competed against Stone Cold Steve Austin and Undertaker in an Anything Goes Triangle match for the WWF Championship. Austin retained the championship. The Corporation and rival faction Ministry of Darkness merged to form the super-group Corporate Ministry. Triple H began a rivalry with The Rock. At Over the Edge, Triple H lost to Rock by disqualification. Triple H started rising as a main eventer and he began pursuing the WWF Championship. On June 7 edition of Raw is War, Rock defeated Triple H by disqualification in a Cast match after Undertaker delivered a Chokeslam to Rock. At King of the Ring, Triple H helped Undertaker in retaining the championship against Rock.

On June 28 edition of Raw is War, Triple H lost to The Rock by disqualification after Billy Gunn attacked Rock with a foreign object. The following week, on July 5 edition of Raw is War, Rock defeated Triple H in a Steel Cage match. At Fully Loaded: In Your House, Triple H defeated Rock in a Fully Loaded Strap match to become the #1 contender for the WWF Championship after distraction by Mr. Ass and Chyna. On August 9 edition of Raw is War, Triple H defended his title shot against Undertaker and Chyna in a Triple Threat Falls Count Anywhere match, with Shawn Michaels as the special guest referee, after Stone Cold Steve Austin attacked Triple H with a chair. The following week, on August 16 edition of Raw is War, Chyna defeated Triple H to retain the spot after Mankind attacked Triple H with the steel steps. Later that night, Mankind won the title shot from Chyna and Triple H fought Mankind for the title shot, with the match resulting in a double pin. As a result, both men were made contenders for the championship.

At SummerSlam, Triple H competed against Stone Cold Steve Austin and Mankind in a Triple Threat match, with Jesse Ventura as the special guest referee. The following night, on August 23 edition of Raw is War, Triple H defeated Mankind to win the WWF Championship, with Shane McMahon as the special guest referee. As a result, Triple H finally fulfilled his wish and dream of capturing the sports entertainment's top prize and finally becoming a world heavyweight champion. This marked the beginning of Triple H's journey to the top of WWF. After winning the championship, Triple H feuded with The Rock and Kane. On September 16 (taped September 14) edition of SmackDown!, Triple H lost the championship to Mr. McMahon after Stone Cold Steve Austin delivered a Stone Cold Stunner to Triple H.

At Unforgiven, Triple H defeated The Rock, Kane, Mankind, Big Show and British Bulldog in a Six-Pack Challenge for the vacated WWF Championship, with Stone Cold Steve Austin as the special guest enforcer. As a result, Triple H won his second WWF Championship. Triple H successfully defended the championship against The Rock in a Steel Cage match at Rebellion after British Bulldog attacked Rock, and Stone Cold Steve Austin in a No Holds Barred match at No Mercy after Rock accidentally hit Austin with a sledgehammer. D-Generation X reformed with Triple H's rise as a world champion and a main event competitor.

On November 4 edition of SmackDown!, Triple H was the captain of D-Generation X, consisting of X-Pac and New Age Outlaws against Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Kane and Shane McMahon in an Elimination match. DX won. Triple H survived the match. The following week, on November 11 edition of SmackDown!, DX competed against The Rock, Kane, Test and Shane McMahon in an Elimination match. Triple H was eliminated by Test. Rock, Kane, Test and McMahon won. Rock and Test survived the match.

At Survivor Series, Triple H was scheduled to defend the WWF Championship against Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock in a Triple Threat match. However, Austin was hit by a car in the parking lot while chasing Triple H and suffered an injury. As a result, Big Show replaced Austin and Triple H defended the championship against Rock and Show. Show won the championship. Triple H's reign ended at 49 days. Triple H had been feuding with the WWF Chairman Mr. McMahon for long. Triple H interrupted Vince McMahon's daughter Stephanie McMahon's marriage with Test to reveal that Stephanie had already been married to him. At Armageddon, Triple H defeated Vince in a Street Fight after Stephanie turned on Vince by hitting him with a sledgehammer. As a result of winning, Triple H became the #1 contender for the WWF Championship. If he had lost, his marriage with Stephanie would have become null and void.

As a result of marrying Stephanie McMahon, Triple H took over WWF and began making decisions against his rivals. On December 27 edition of Raw is War, Triple H earned his opportunity for the WWF Championship against Big Show in a No Disqualification match. Triple H lost after Mankind hit Triple H in the back with a chair. The following week, on January 3, 2000 edition of Raw is War, Triple H cheated to defeat Big Show to win his third WWF Championship after distraction by D-Generation X. Triple H successfully defended the championship against Cactus Jack in a Street Fight at Royal Rumble and in a Hell in a Cell match at No Way Out.

At WrestleMania 2000, Triple H successfully defended the WWF Championship against The Rock, Mick Foley and Big Show in a Fatal Four-Way Elimination match. Triple H last eliminated Rock after Vince McMahon attacked Rock with a steel chair. Every member of the match had a McMahon in their corner, with Triple H having Stephanie McMahon, Rock having Vince McMahon, Foley having Linda McMahon and Show having Shane McMahon. Triple H and the McMahons formed an alliance called McMahon-Helmsley Faction and Triple H began a rivalry with The Rock.

At Backlash, Triple H lost the WWF Championship to The Rock, with Shane McMahon as the special guest referee and replaced by Earl Hebner. Triple H's reign ended at 118 days. At Insurrextion, Triple H competed against Rock and Shane McMahon in a Triple Threat match for the championship. Rock retained the championship. On May 11 edition of SmackDown!, DX representatives Triple H, X-Pac and Road Dogg defeated Too Cool in an Elimination match. DX won. Triple H survived the match. At Judgment Day, Triple H defeated The Rock in an Ironman match to win his fourth WWF Championship, with Shawn Michaels as the special guest referee, after Undertaker delivered a Last Ride to Triple H, getting Rock disqualified.

At King of the Ring, Triple H and The McMahons competed against The Rock and Brothers of Destruction, with Triple H's WWF Championship on the line, with the match stipulating that the person who scored the pinfall victory would become the new champion. Rock pinned Vince McMahon to win the championship. Triple H's reign ended at 35 days. After losing the championship, Triple H began a rivalry with Chris Jericho, which culminated in a Last Man Standing match between the two at Fully Loaded, which Triple H won. On August 7 edition of Raw is War, Triple H competed against Chris Jericho and Kurt Angle in a Triple Threat match to determine the #1 contender for the WWF Championship at SummerSlam. Triple H and Angle pinned Jericho to win the title shot.

At SummerSlam, Triple H competed against The Rock and Kurt Angle in a Triple Threat match for the WWF Championship. Rock retained the championship. Triple H began feuding with Angle as Angle became romantically involved with Triple H's wife Stephanie McMahon, causing conflicts between Triple H and Stephanie. As a result, Triple H turned babyface. At Unforgiven, Triple H defeated Angle in a No Disqualification match after forcing Stephanie to choose one from the two, leading to Stephanie kicking Angle in the groin. On October 2 edition of Raw is War, Triple H lost to Angle in a rematch to determine the #1 contender for the WWF Championship at No Mercy after Chris Benoit distracted Triple H by pulling Stephanie from the ring apron. As a result, Triple H began a rivalry with Benoit. At No Mercy, Triple H defeated Benoit after Stephanie slapped him. On October 31 edition of Raw is War, Triple H lost to Benoit in a rematch after Eddie Guerrero hit Triple H with the WWF Intercontinental Championship belt.

In November 2000, Triple H aided Stone Cold Steve Austin during a match against Kurt Angle and Rikishi by turning on Austin by hitting him with his sledgehammer and admitting to be responsible for Austin's hit and run injury at Survivor Series 1999. Rikishi was revealed to be paid by Triple H to drive the car to run Austin down with it. As a result, Triple H turned heel and began a rivalry with Austin, thus leaving D-Generation X. At Survivor Series, Triple H fought Austin to a no contest in a No Disqualification match when Triple H goaded Austin into chasing him backstage just like the previous year to run him down with the car again but Austin picked Triple H's car in a forklift and dropped it down on the floor.

At Armageddon, Triple H competed against Kurt Angle, Undertaker, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock and Rikishi in a Hell in a Cell match for the WWF Championship. Angle retained the championship. Entering 2001, Triple H unsuccessfully challenged Angle for the championship at Royal Rumble after Austin attacked Triple H with the championship belt. At No Way Out, Triple H defeated Austin in the first-ever Three Stages of Hell match to end the rivalry.

Triple H began his next rivalry with Undertaker, which culminated in a match between the two at WrestleMania X-Seven, which Undertaker won. The following night, on April 2 edition of Raw is War, Triple H ended his feud with Stone Cold Steve Austin by helping him and Mr. McMahon in double teaming The Rock. As a result, Triple H formed a tag team with Austin called Two-Man Power Trip. On April 5 (taped April 3) edition of SmackDown!, Triple H defeated Chris Jericho to win his second WWF Intercontinental Championship after assistance by Stephanie McMahon. The following week, on April 12 (taped April 10) edition of SmackDown!, Triple H lost the championship to Jeff Hardy after Matt Hardy hit Triple H with a chair. Triple H's reign ended at 7 days.

On April 16 edition of Raw is War, Triple H defeated Jeff Hardy to win his second WWF Intercontinental Championship. Two-Man Power Trip began a rivalry with Brothers of Destruction. At Backlash, Power Trip defeated Brothers of Destruction to win the WWF Tag Team Championship, with Stone Cold Steve Austin's WWF Championship and Triple H's WWF Intercontinental Championship also on the line. At Insurrextion, Power Trip competed against Undertaker in a Handicap match for the WWF Championship, with the stipulation that Austin must be pinned for the championship. Undertaker pinned Triple H, therefore Austin retained the championship.

At Judgment Day, Triple H lost the WWF Intercontinental Championship to Kane in a Chain match after Stone Cold Steve Austin accidentally hit Triple H with a steel chair. Triple H's reign ended at 34 days. Later that night, Triple H helped Austin in retaining the WWF Championship against Undertaker in a No Holds Barred match by hitting Undertaker with a sledgehammer. The following night, on May 21 edition of Raw is War, Two-Man Power Trip lost the WWF Tag Team Championship to Chris Benoit and Chris Jericho. Power Trip's reign ended at 22 days. During the match, Triple H suffered a quadriceps injury and was out of action for eight months.

Triple H returned to WWF on January 7, 2002 edition of Raw is War and turned babyface because he received positive fan reaction upon his long-awaited return. At Royal Rumble, Triple H participated in the 2002 Royal Rumble match as the #22 entrant. He lasted eliminated Kurt Angle to win the 2002 Royal Rumble and earn the opportunity for the WWF Undisputed Championship at WrestleMania. Triple H divorced his wife Stephanie McMahon because she faked a pregnancy in attempt to renew their marital vows, leading to Triple H feuding with McMahon.

Triple H began a rivalry with Kurt Angle over eliminating him to win the Royal Rumble. At No Way Out, Triple H defended his WrestleMania title shot against Angle, with Stephanie McMahon replacing Tim White and becoming the special guest referee to prevent Triple H from winning. Angle won with assistance by McMahon. The following night, on February 18 edition of Raw is War, Triple H defeated Angle in a rematch to regain his WrestleMania title shot. On March 4 edition of Raw is War, Angle defeated Triple H in a Steel Cage match to end the rivalry after interference by Stephanie McMahon. At WrestleMania X8, Triple H defeated Chris Jericho to win his fifth WWF Undisputed Championship, the combination of the WWF Championship and the WCW Championship.

Triple H defeated Chris Jericho and Stephanie McMahon in a Handicap match by pinning Stephanie, thus forcing Stephanie to quit WWF. After winning the WWF Undipsuted Championship, Triple H was presented by the WWF co-owner Ric Flair with the new WWF Undisputed Championship belt replacing the WWF Championship and the WCW Championship belts. At Backlash, Triple H lost the championship to Hulk Hogan after interference by Undertaker and Chris Jericho. Triple H's reign ended at 35 days. After losing the championship, Triple H feuded with Undertaker and Jericho and moved to the SmackDown! brand.

SmackDown!
(2002)

After moving to the SmackDown! brand, Triple H competed in his first match as part of the SmackDown! roster on April 25 edition of SmackDown!, losing to Chris Jericho to determine the #1 contender for the WWF Undisputed Championship, after distraction by Undertaker. At Insurrextion, Triple H defeated Undertaker. On May 6, WWF was renamed World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). At Judgment Day, Triple H defeated Chris Jericho in a Hell in a Cell match to end the rivalry.

On June 6 edition of SmackDown!, Triple H participated in a Battle Royal to determine the #1 contender for the WWE Undisputed Championship at King of the Ring. Triple H and Hulk Hogan co-won the Battle Royal. Later that night, Triple H defeated Hogan to become the #1 contender. At King of the Ring, Triple H unsuccessfully challenged Undertaker for the WWE Undisputed Championship after interference by The Rock. Triple H suffered an elbow injury and was out of action for one month. Triple H's former wife Stephanie McMahon became the SmackDown! General Manager in attempt to keep Triple H on SmackDown! but Triple H joined the Raw brand to reunite with Shawn Michaels after convincing by Michaels at Vengeance.

Raw (2002 - 2004)
After moving to the Raw brand, Triple H had a D-Generation X reunion with Shawn Michaels, which ended in Triple H turning heel by delivering a Pedigree to Michaels. Triple H began feuding with Michaels after turning on him. At Global Warning, Triple H competed against The Rock and Brock Lesnar in a Triple Threat match for the WWE Undisputed Championship. Rock retained the championship. On August 12 edition of Raw, Triple H competed in his first match as part of the Raw roster, teaming with Un-Americans against The Rock, Undertaker, Booker T and Goldust in an eight-man tag team match. Triple H and Un-Americans won.

At SummerSlam, Triple H lost to Shawn Michaels in an Unsanctioned Street Fight. After losing the match, Triple H attacked Michaels with the sledgehammer and put him out of action. The following night, on August 26 edition of Raw, Triple H defeated Undertaker to become the #1 contender for the WWE Undisputed Championship after Brock Lesnar attacked Undertaker with the championship. As a result, Triple H became the top competitor on the Raw brand but Lesnar jumped to the SmackDown! brand before Triple H could get his championship match.

The following week, on September 2 edition of Raw, the Raw General Manager Eric Bischoff awarded Triple H with the reinstated WCW Championship as the newly created World Heavyweight Championship, making Triple H, the first champion, to give a world heavyweight championship to Raw brand. As a result, the WWE Undisputed Championship became disputed and became simply the WWE Championship. Triple H successfully defended the World Heavyweight Championship against Rob Van Dam at Unforgiven after Ric Flair attacked RVD with a sledgehammer. As a result, Triple H appointed Flair as his manager.

At No Mercy, Triple H defeated Kane in a Title Unification match, with Triple H's World Heavyweight Championship and Kane's WWE Intercontinental Championship on the line, after a distraction by Ric Flair. As a result, Triple H retained the World Heavyweight Championship and won his fifth WWE Intercontinental Championship, thus unifying the WWE Intercontinental Championship into the World Heavyweight Championship, thus abandoning the WWE Intercontinental Championship.

At Survivor Series, Triple H defended the World Heavyweight Championship against Shawn Michaels, Chris Jericho, Kane, Booker T and Rob Van Dam in the first-ever Elimination Chamber. Michaels won the championship. Triple H's reign ended at 76 days. On December 2 edition of Raw, Triple H cheated to defeat Rob Van Dam to determine the #1 contender for the championship, with Shawn Michaels as the special guest referee. At Armageddon, Triple H defeated Shawn Michaels in a Three Stages of Hell match to win his second World Heavyweight Championship.

Entering 2003, Triple H retained the World Heavyweight Championship against Scott Steiner through disqualification at Royal Rumble by hitting Steiner with the sledgehammer. At No Way Out, Triple H defeated Steiner to retain the championship. At WrestleMania XIX, Triple H defeated Booker T to retain the World Heavyweight Championship. At Backlash, Triple H, Ric Flair and Chris Jericho defeated Shawn Michaels, Booker T and Kevin Nash.

Triple H began a rivalry with Kevin Nash. At Judgment Day, Triple H retained the World Heavyweight Championship against Nash through disqualification by hitting him with the sledgehammer. Triple H successfully defended the championship against Nash in a Street Fight, after distraction by Ric Flair, at Insurrextion, and in a Hell in a Cell match at Bad Blood. At the peak of his successful career as Raw's most dominant competitor, Triple H formed a group with Ric Flair and Randy Orton called Evolution. On July 14 edition of Raw, Evolution defeated Dudley Boyz in an Elimination match. The entire Evolution survived the match.

At SummerSlam, Triple H successfully defended the World Heavyweight Championship against Goldberg, Chris Jericho, Shawn Michaels, Randy Orton and Kevin Nash in an Elimination Chamber match after assistance by Ric Flair. At Unforgiven, Triple H lost the championship to Goldberg. Triple H's reign ended at 280 days. Triple H added Batista as the newest member of Evolution after Batista aided Triple H against Goldberg, thus making Evolution, the new version of Four Horsemen. At Survivor Series, Triple H unsuccessfully challenged Goldberg for the World Heavyweight Championship. At Armageddon, Triple H defeated Goldberg to win his record-setting third World Heavyweight Championship.

All the four members of Evolution became champions at Armageddon and the group had all the championships of Raw. Triple H depicted himself as the present, Ric Flair as the past and Randy Orton and Batista as the future of WWE. Entering 2004, Triple H defended the World Heavyweight Championship against Shawn Michaels in a Last Man Standing match at Royal Rumble. Triple H retained the championship through a double count-out as both men failed to answer the referee's 10 count. At WrestleMania XX, Triple H defended the championship against Shawn Michaels and Chris Benoit in a Triple Threat match. Benoit won the championship. Triple H's reign ended at 91 days. On March 22 edition of Raw, Triple H was drafted to the SmackDown! brand.

SmackDown! (2004)
On March 22 edition of Raw, Triple H competed in his first match as part of the SmackDown! roster. He unsuccessfully challenged Eddie Guerrero for the WWE Championship by disqualification when Christian attacked Guerrero. On March 25 (taped March 23) edition of SmackDown!, Triple H was traded back to Raw without ever competing on the SmackDown! brand.

Raw (2004 - 2008)
On March 29 edition of Raw, Triple H competed in his first match as part of the Raw roster, losing to Shelton Benjamin after a distraction by Chris Benoit and Ric Flair. At Backlash, Triple H competed against Chris Benoit and Shawn Michaels in a Triple Threat match for the World Heavyweight Championship. Benoit retained the championship. On May 17 edition of Raw, Triple H participated in a Battle Royal to determine the #1 contender for the World Heavyweight Championship at Bad Blood. He was eliminated by Shawn Michaels. Kane won the Battle Royal. As a result, Triple H began a rivalry with Michaels, which culminated in a Hell in a Cell match between the two at Bad Blood, which Triple H won.

Triple H took newcomer Eugene under his wing. At Vengeance, Triple H unsuccessfully challenged Chris Benoit for the World Heavyweight Championship after Eugene accidentally hit Triple H with a steel chair. As a result, Triple H began a rivalry with Eugene. At SummerSlam, Triple H defeated Eugene after a distraction by Ric Flair and William Regal. Triple H kicked Randy Orton out of Evolution after Orton won the World Heavyweight Championship by turning on him during a championship celebration as Batista had lifted Orton on his shoulders, Triple H showed a thumbs up sign to Orton and then turned it to thumb down, motioning Batista to drop him down. As a result, Triple H began feuding with Orton.

On August 30 edition of Raw, Triple H lost to Eugene in a No Disqualification match after an RKO by Randy Orton. At Unforgiven, Triple H cheated to defeat Orton to win his record-setting fourth World Heavyweight Championship after interference by Ric Flair and Batista. At Taboo Tuesday, Triple H successfully defended the championship against Shawn Michaels after Edge delivered a Spear to Michaels, thus ending his two-year lengthy rivalry with Michaels. At Survivor Series, Triple H was the captain of Team Triple H, consisting of Edge, Batista and Gene Snitsky, against Randy Orton's Team Orton, consisting of Chris Benoit, Chris Jericho and Maven in a Survivor Series match. Triple H was eliminated by Orton. Team Orton won. Orton survived the match. As a result of winning, each member of Team Orton got control of Raw for one week.

On November 29 edition of Raw, Triple H defended the World Heavyweight Championship against Chris Benoit and Edge in a Triple Threat match. The match controversially ended in a no contest when Benoit forced Edge to submit to the Crippler Crossface while Edge pinned Benoit simultaneously. As a result, on December 6 edition of Raw, the championship was vacated. Triple H's reign ended at 85 days. Entering 2005, Triple H defeated Randy Orton, Batista, Chris Jericho, Chris Benoit and Edge in an Elimination Chamber for the vacated World Heavyweight Championship at New Year's Revolution, with Shawn Michaels as the special guest referee. As a result, Triple H won his record-setting fifth World Heavyweight Championship.

Triple H successfully defended the World Heavyweight Championship against Randy Orton at Royal Rumble. Triple H began a rivalry with Batista after Batista left Evolution to challenge for Triple H's championship. At WrestleMania 21, Triple H lost the championship to Batista. Triple H's reign ended at 84 days. At Backlash, Triple H unsuccessfully challenged Batista for the championship. The following night, on May 1 edition of Raw, Triple H participated in the Gold Rush Tournament to determine the #1 contender for the World Heavyweight Championship, losing to Chris Benoit in the quarter-final round.

Triple H unsuccessfully challenged Batista for the World Heavyweight Championship in a Hell in a Cell match at Vengeance to end the rivalry with Batista. After failing to regain the championship, Triple H suffered a neck injury and was out of action for four months. On October 3 edition of Raw, Triple H returned to WWE television and had an Evolution reunion with Ric Flair until Triple H turned on Flair by attacking him with a sledgehammer. As a result, Evolution disbanded and Triple H began a rivalry with Flair. At Taboo Tuesday, Triple H unsuccessfully challenged Flair in a Steel Cage match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship. At Survivor Series, Triple H defeated Flair in a Last Man Standing match to end the rivalry.

At Tribute to the Troops, Triple H lost to Shawn Michaels in a Boot Camp match. On December 12 edition of Raw, Triple H lost to Kane in an Elimination Chamber qualifying match after Big Show interfered and delivered a Double Chokeslam to Triple H. As a result, Triple H began a rivalry with Show. Entering 2006, Triple H cheated to defeat Show at New Year's Revolution. At Royal Rumble, Triple H participated in the 2006 Royal Rumble match as the #1 entrant. He lasted sixty minutes until he was eliminated by eventual winner Rey Mysterio.

On February 6 edition of Raw, Triple H participated in the Road to WrestleMania Tournament to determine the #1 contender for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania, defeating Ric Flair in the quarter-final round. On February 16 edition of Raw, Triple H fought Big Show to a double count-out in the quarter-final round. On February 20 edition of Raw, Triple H defeated Show and Rob Van Dam in a Triple Threat match as part of the final round to win the Road to WrestleMania Tournament and become the #1 contender for the WWE Championship. As a result, Triple H began feuding with John Cena for the championship and became an ally of The McMahons.

At Saturday Night's Main Event XXXII, John Cena and Triple H represented Raw against SmackDown's Kurt Angle, Randy Orton and Rey Mysterio in a Handicap match. Cena and Triple H won. At WrestleMania 22, Triple H unsuccessfully challenged Cena for the WWE Championship. During his WrestleMania championship match, Triple H was dressed as Conan the Barbarian. At Backlash, Triple H competed against John Cena and Edge in a Triple Threat match for the championship. Cena retained the championship.

Triple H got involved in a rivalry between Shawn Michaels and The McMahons, where his attempts to attack Michaels would always be foiled. On one occasion, Triple H accidentally hit Shane McMahon with the sledgehammer after Michaels dodged the assault and on one occasion, Triple H began fighting Spirit Squad after Spirit Squad leader Kenny snatched the sledgehammer away from Triple H to attack Michaels. Triple H's alliance with the McMahons ended as Mr. McMahon forced him to join the Kiss My Ass Club but Triple H refused to do so and feuded with Spirit Squad.

On June 12 edition of Raw, Shawn Michaels rescued Triple H from an assault by Spirit Squad. As a result, Triple H turned babyface and officially reunited D-Generation X as a tag team with Michaels.
DX began a rivalry with Spirit Squad, defeating them in a Handicap match at Vengeance, and in a Handicap Elimination match at Saturday Night's Main Event XXXIII. DX soon became Raw's dominant tag team by dominating and humiliating The McMahons and their allies including Big Show, Finlay, William Regal, Mr. Kennedy, Umaga and Spirit Squad with satirical parodies and comical acts. At SummerSlam, DX defeated McMahons. At Unforgiven, DX defeated Big Show and McMahons in a Handicap Hell in a Cell match to end the rivalry with McMahons. It was the biggest rivalry in WWE throughout summer of 2006.

DX began their next rivalry with Rated RKO. At Cyber Sunday, DX lost to Rated RKO with Eric Bischoff as the special guest referee. DX's undefeated streak ended as DX suffered their first loss. At Survivor Series, DX were the captains of Team DX, consisting of CM Punk and The Hardys, against Rated RKO's Team Rated RKO, consisting of Gregory Helms, Johnny Nitro and Mike Knox in a Survivor Series match. Team DX won. The entire Team DX survived the match. On December 18 edition of Raw, Triple H participated in a Battle Royal to determine the #1 contender for the WWE Championship. He was eliminated by Edge, Randy Orton, Johnny Nitro and Lance Cade. Edge won the Battle Royal.

Entering 2007, DX competed against Rated RKO for the World Tag Team Championship at New Year's Revolution. The match ended in a no contest after Triple H tore his tendon quadriceps muscle. As a result, Triple H was injured and was out of action for seven months, thus effectively ending DX. At SummerSlam, Triple H returned to WWE television. He defeated King Booker. Following his return, Triple H began a rivalry with Mr. McMahon and his hand-picked wrestlers to take out Triple H. Triple H's first rivalry was against Carlito. At Unforgiven, Triple H defeated Carlito. On September 24 edition of Raw, Triple H lost to Carlito and Mr. McMahon in a Handicap Steel Cage match.

Triple H began his next rivalry with Umaga. At No Mercy, Triple H defeated Randy Orton to win his sixth WWE Championship. Later that night, Triple H successfully defended the championship against Umaga. In a second title defense later that night, Triple H lost the championship back to Orton in a Last Man Standing match. At Cyber Sunday, Triple H defeated Umaga in a Street Fight. At Survivor Series, Triple H was the captain of Team Triple H, consisting of Jeff Hardy, Rey Mysterio and Kane against Umaga's Team Umaga, consisting of Montel Vontavious Porter, Finlay, Mr. Kennedy and Big Daddy V.

Triple H began a rivalry with Jeff Hardy, which culminated in a match between the two at Armageddon, to determine the #1 contender for the WWE Championship at Royal Rumble. Hardy won the match.
At Tribute to the Troops, Triple H had a D-Generation X reunion with Shawn Michaels as DX defeated Umaga and Mr. Kennedy. Entering 2008, Triple H defeated Snitsky, Mark Henry and William Regal in a Gauntlet Battle Royal to qualify for the Royal Rumble match, on January 21 edition of Raw. At Royal Rumble, Triple H participated in the 2008 Royal Rumble match as the #29 entrant. He lasted eleven minutes until he was eliminated by John Cena for the win.

At No Way Out, Triple H defeated Jeff Hardy, Shawn Michaels, Chris Jericho, John "Bradshaw" Layfield and Umaga in an Elimination Chamber to become the #1 contender for the WWE Championship at WrestleMania. At WrestleMania XXIV, Triple H competed against Randy Orton and John Cena in a Triple Threat match for the championship. Orton retained the championship. On April 7 edition of Raw, Triple H defeated Randy Orton and John "Bradshaw" Layfield in a Handicap match to qualify for a championship match at Backlash.

At Backlash, Triple H defeated Randy Orton, John Cena and John "Bradshaw" Layfield in a Fatal Four-Way Elimination match to win his seventh WWE Championship. Triple H successfully defended the championship against Orton in a Steel Cage match at Judgment Day and in a Last Man Standing match at One Night Stand. On June 23 edition of Raw, Triple H participated in a Draft Pick Battle Royal. He was on Team Raw, consisting of Kane, John Cena, Batista and CM Punk. Triple H was eliminated by Cena. Edge won the Battle Royal. As a result of Edge from SmackDown! winning the match, Triple H was drafted to the SmackDown! brand.

SmackDown! (2008 - 2009)
Triple H
successfully defended the WWE Championship against John Cena at Night of Champions. On July 11 edition of SmackDown!, Triple H competed in his first match as part of the SmackDown! roster, defeating Chavo Guerrero. Triple H successfully defended the WWE Championship against Edge, after a distraction by Vickie Guerrero, at The Great American Bash and The Great Khali at SummerSlam. At Unforgiven, Triple H defeated Shelton Benjamin, Jeff Hardy, Montel Vontavious Porter and The Brian Kendrick in a Championship Scramble to retain the championship. Triple H successfully defended the championship against Hardy at No Mercy and Cyber Sunday.

Triple H was scheduled to defend the WWE Championship against Jeff Hardy and Vladimir Kozlov in a Triple Threat match at Survivor Series. However, Hardy was found injured backstage and was replaced by Edge. Edge won the championship. Triple H's reign ended at 210 days. At Armageddon, Triple H competed against Edge and Jeff Hardy in a Triple Threat match for the WWE Championship. Hardy won the championship.

Entering 2009, Triple H participated in the 2009 Royal Rumble match as the #7 entrant at Royal Rumble. He lasted forty-nine minutes until he was eliminated by Randy Orton for the win. As a result of the elimination, Triple H began feuding with Orton. On January 30 edition of SmackDown!, Triple H defeated The Great Khali and Vladimir Kozlov in a Triple Threat match to qualify for the SmackDown! Elimination Chamber. At No Way Out, Triple H defeated Edge, Undertaker, Jeff Hardy, Big Show and Vladimir Kozlov in a SmackDown! Elimination Chamber to win his record-setting eighth WWE Championship.

After winning the WWE Championship, Triple H revealed to the WWE Universe that he had been married to Stephanie McMahon during his rivalry with Randy Orton. At WrestleMania XXV, Triple H cheated to defeat Orton to retain the championship. Triple H was drafted to the Raw brand on April 13 edition of Raw.

Raw (2009 - present)
Triple H competed in his first match as part of the Raw roster on April 20 edition of Raw, losing to Randy Orton in a No Disqualification match after distraction by Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase. At Backlash, Triple H, Batista and Shane McMahon competed against Legacy in a six-man tag team match, with the WWE Championship on the line, with the stipulation that if Legacy won, Randy Orton would win the championship. Orton pinned Triple H to win the championship. Triple H's reign ended at 70 days. Triple H was injured by Orton and was out of action for two months.

Triple H made a surprise return to WWE television on June 8 edition of Raw by rescuing Batista from Legacy and assaulting Legacy members. The following week, on June 15 edition of Raw, Triple H participated in a Battle Royal to determine the #1 contender for the WWE Championship at The Bash. Triple H last eliminated John Cena to win the Battle Royal. At The Bash, Triple H unsuccessfully challenged Randy Orton for the WWE Championship in a Three Stages of Hell after a distraction by Legacy.

The following night, on June 29 edition of Raw, Triple H participated in a Night of Champions Tournament to determine the #1 contender for the WWE Championship at Night of Champions, defeating Montel Vontavious Porter in the semi-final round. On July 6 edition of Raw, Triple H fought John Cena to a double disqualification in the final round after Legacy attacked both competitors. As a result, both men were made contenders for the championship. At Night of Champions, Triple H competed against Randy Orton and John Cena in a Triple Threat match for the WWE Championship. Orton retained the championship after assistance by Legacy.

After Legacy cost Triple H, his opportunities for the WWE Championship, Triple H ended his rivalry with Randy Orton and began feuding with Legacy. Triple H convinced Shawn Michaels to end his job at a cafeteria and return to WWE to reform D-Generation X. DX began feuding with Legacy.
At SummerSlam, DX defeated Legacy. At Breaking Point, Legacy defeated DX in the first-ever Submissions Count Anywhere match. At Hell in a Cell, DX defeated Legacy in a Hell in a Cell match to end the rivalry. At Bragging Rights, DX were the captains of Team Raw, consisting of Big Show, Kofi Kingston, Mark Henry, Jack Swagger and Cody Rhodes against Chris Jericho and Kane's Team SmackDown!, consisting of Matt Hardy, Finlay, R-Truth and Hart Dynasty. Team SmackDown! won after Show turned on Team Raw by attacking Kingston, allowing Jericho to pin him for the victory.

At Survivor Series, Triple H competed against John Cena and Shawn Michaels in a Triple Threat match for the WWE Championship. Cena retained the championship. At TLC, D-Generation X defeated Jeri-Show in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs match to win the Unified WWE Tag Team Championship. Entering 2010, Triple H participated in the 2010 Royal Rumble match as the #8 entrant at Royal Rumble. He lasted seventeen minutes until he was eliminated by Shawn Michaels. Edge won the 2010 Royal Rumble.

The following night, on February 1 edition of Raw, Triple H defeated Jack Swagger to qualify for the Raw Elimination Chamber. On February 8 edition of Raw, DX defended the Unified WWE Tag Team Championship against Straight Edge Society and The Miz and Big Show. Miz and Show won the championship after a miscommunication within DX. DX's reign ended at 57 days. At Elimination Chamber, Triple H competed against Sheamus, John Cena, Kofi Kingston, Ted DiBiase and Randy Orton in the Raw Elimination Chamber for the WWE Championship. Cena won the championship.

Triple H began a rivalry with Sheamus over eliminating Sheamus from the Elimination Chamber and costing him the WWE Championship. At WrestleMania XXVI, Triple H defeated Sheamus. At Extreme Rules, Triple H lost to Sheamus in a Street Fight to end the rivalry. Triple H was out of action due to injuries suffered at the hands of Sheamus. At Tribute to the Troops, Triple H appeared for a D-Generation X reunion with Shawn Michaels.

On February 21, 2011 edition of Raw, Triple H made a surprise return to WWE television and began a rivalry with Undertaker, which culminated in a No Holds Barred match between the two at WrestleMania XXVII, which Undertaker won. After losing to Undertaker, Triple H appreciated Undertaker for the match and disappeared from WWE television. On July 18 edition of Raw, Triple H appeared to relieve Mr. McMahon of his duties per the orders of Board of Directors of WWE and Triple H informed the WWE Universe that he had been appointed by the Board as the Chief Operating Officer.

At SummerSlam, Triple H served as the special guest referee for the WWE Championship match between John Cena and CM Punk. Punk won the championship. After the match, Punk was attacked by Kevin Nash, leading to Alberto Del Rio
cashing in his Money in the Bank contract against Punk and winning the championship. Punk began accusing Triple H of conspiring with Nash against him, leading to a rivalry between Triple H and Punk, which culminated in a No Disqualification match between the two at Night of Champions, which Triple H won.

Triple H ended his rivalry with CM Punk and the two formed a tag team. They began a rivalry with Awesome Truth, which culminated in a match between the two teams at Vengeance, which Awesome Truth won after Kevin Nash attacked Triple H. Mr. McMahon relieved Triple H from his duties on Raw. Triple H suffered a vertebrae injury and was out of action for two months. Triple H returned to WWE television on December 12 edition of Raw. He began a rivalry with Kevin Nash, which culminated in a Sledgehammer Ladder match between the two at TLC, which Triple H won.

Entering 2012, Triple H began a rivalry with Undertaker, which culminated in an End of an Era Hell in a Cell match between the two at WrestleMania XXVIII, with Shawn Michaels as the special guest referee.
Undertaker won the match.

WWE (2012 - present)
The brand extension of Raw and SmackDown! ended after WrestleMania XXVIII. Triple H confronted Brock Lesnar over his irrelevant demands to compete in WWE, resulting in Lesnar injuring Triple H with the Kimura Lock and began a rivalry with Lesnar. Triple H returned to WWE television on May 14 edition of Raw. At SummerSlam, Triple H lost to Lesnar. After losing to Lesnar, Triple H teased a retirement and disappeared from WWE television. Triple H returned to WWE with a new haircut on December 17 edition of Raw.

Entering 2013, Triple H made a surprise return to WWE television on February 25 edition of Raw, when he avenged his injury against Brock Lesnar by assaulting Lesnar and rescuing Mr. McMahon. Triple H defeated Lesnar in a No Holds Barred match at WrestleMania 29, with the stipulation that Triple H would retire if he lost. At Extreme Rules, Lesnar defeated Triple H in a Steel Cage match to end the rivalry. Triple H briefly feuded with Paul Heyman's new client Curtis Axel.

At SummerSlam, Triple H served as the special guest referee for the WWE Championship match between John Cena and Daniel Bryan. Bryan won the championship. After the match, Triple H turned heel by delivering a Pedigree to Bryan, allowing Randy Orton to cash in his Money in the Bank contract and defeat Bryan for the championship. Triple H formed The Authority with Stephanie McMahon, Randy Orton and The Shield and began making decisions that favored Orton and Shield while feuded with Big Show, Daniel Bryan, Cody Rhodes and Goldust, thus renewing the McMahon-Helmsley Era as Authority.

Shield was added to Authority with Triple H and Stephanie McMahon as the leaders of the group and Randy Orton was the top wrestler of the group.
Kane joined the group and he was appointed as Director of Operations. Daniel Bryan became Authority's top rival due to Triple H and Orton's actions at SummerSlam and Authority did their best to screw Bryan and prevent him from winning the WWE Championship and Triple H defined his actions as best for business. Entering 2014, Triple H began a rivalry with Bryan, which culminated in a match between the two at WrestleMania XXX, with the winner becoming the third participant in the WWE World Heavyweight Championship match later in the night. Bryan won, thus getting an upset victory over Triple H.

The following night, on April 7 edition of Raw, Triple H challenged Daniel Bryan for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship but the match ended in a no contest after Authority attacked Bryan before the match. After the match, Shield rescued Bryan by turning on Authority as they delivered a Spear to Triple H. As a result, Triple H reformed Evolution with Randy Orton and Batista and began a rivalry with Shield. Evolution lost to Shield in a six-man tag team match at Extreme Rules and in a No Holds Barred Elimination match. Shield survived the match.

The following night, on June 2 edition of Raw, Batista quit Evolution after Triple H refused to give him a title shot at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship as his primary motive was to execute Plan A and that was to end Shield. Later that night, Triple H executed Plan B in which Seth Rollins turned on his Shield teammates and joined Authority.

Triple H's WWE Photo Gallery:
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WWF European Champion
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DX Army
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WWF Intercontinental Champion
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Triple H and Chyna
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Corporate Ministry
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WWF Champion
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Triple H and Stephanie McMahon
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Triple H - WWF Champion & Stephanie McMahon - WWF Women's Champion
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Power Trip
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Power Trip - WWF Tag Team Champions (Stone Cold Steve Austin - WWF Champion & Triple H - WWF Intercontinental Champion)
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WWF Undisputed Champion
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World Heavyweight Champion
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Evolution
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Evolution as champions at Armageddon 2003
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DX in 2006
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DX - Unified WWE Tag Team Champions
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Triple H at WWE.com



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