Profile Information

Full Name Paul "Triple H" Levesque
Nickname The Game, Hunter, The King of Kings
Age 54 years old
Profession American business executive and retired professional wrestler
Height 6ft 4in (1.93m)
Debut April 30, 1995
Championships won 9x WWE Champion, 5x World Heavyweight Champion, 5x Intercontinental Champion, 2x European Champion, 1x WWE Tag Team Champion, 2x World Tag Team Champion
Spouse Stephanie Marie McMahon Levesque

Triple H is one of the most iconic figures in the history of pro-wrestling. He is a WWE Hall of Famer who left a monumental footprint in this industry. From being a professional wrestler to an administrative figure, Triple H has immensely contributed to the success of WWE. He is currently assuming the role of Chief Content Officer at the company.

Professional Wrestling Career

WWF/WWE (1995–2021)

The Game stepped foot in the WWF (now WWE) in 1995. He achieved unfathomable success in the industry and gave some of the most iconic moments of the Attitude Era. From winning the Royal Rumble to becoming the Second Grand Slam Champion, Triple H won all the championships in WWE.

Moreover, he is a 14-time World Champion in the company and also won the King of the Ring. The King of Kings is one of the most decorated superstars in WWE and has had an illustrious career. In 2021, he retired from pro wrestling, leaving a rich legacy behind.

Business Career (2010–Present)

In 2010, Triple H assumed the role of Executive Senior Advisor for WWE. He later went on to become the EVP of Talent, Live Events, and Creative. Paul Levisque was promoted to WWE’s EVP of Global Talent Strategy & Development in 2020.

Triple H also founded the NXT brand and served as an Executive Producer. He presided over the role of EVP of Talent Relations in July 2022. However, in September 2022, Triple H became the Chief Content Officer of WWE and is currently serving in that position within the company.