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5 shocking WWE Superstars who surprisingly beat Triple H

Thomas Lowson
ANALYST
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The Game has done it all in WWE, including losing to some shocking opponents.
The Game has done it all in WWE, including losing to some shocking opponents.

Triple H has done everything there is to do in the WWE.

A 14-time World Champion, Triple H has also held the tag team, Intercontinental and European Championships. He is also a multiple-time WrestleMania main eventer, a King of the Ring winner, and a two-time Royal Rumble winner.

In short, The Game is known by a lot of names, but a loser isn't one of them.

But despite that (and what some fans have claimed), the Game isn't averse to losing to plenty of Superstars, even those who no-one would've thought could defeat the King of Kings.

The Chief Operating Officer of WWE has been around WWE for over 20 years and has been a part of some of the company's biggest stories, making these losses even more surprising.

Here are five shocking WWE Superstars who upset the Game on live TV.

#5 The Brooklyn Brawler

The Brawler defeated the Game, with help from Y2J.
The Brawler defeated the Game, with help from Y2J.

The Brooklyn Brawler has been around WWE for decades, and despite that, has only had a handful of victories in the company.

And on SmackDown in July 2000, it seems the New York native would be notching up another loss when he was forced to face-off against The Game.

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With his wife Stephanie at ringside, it seemed Triple H had the match already won until Chris Jericho appeared.

Jericho, who had enraged the King of Kings weeks ago by kissing Stephanie, was able to interfere with the referee down, leading to the Brawler picking up one of his biggest wins of all time.

Infuriated, Triple H and Jericho would meet later at the Fully Loaded pay per view, where the Game barely got the win over Y2J in a Last Man Standing match.

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Thomas Lowson
ANALYST
Thomas is a 23-year-old wrestling fan, who started watching in 2003. He is also a Journalism graduate from Sheffield Hallam University.
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