Triple H has been an integral part of the WWE for almost two decades now. Since limiting his in-ring appearances after taking on the role of EVP of Talent, Live Events and Creative, The Game has a lot achievements to his credit for his work behind the scenes as well. He has played an integral role in getting top-tier talent from across the world into the company including the likes of Asuka, Hideo Itami, and most recently Ronda Rousey.
He has also been responsible for the product's recent global expansion. His biggest achievement behind the scenes though, has been his work with the developmental brand NXT, for which he has received universal acclaim.
His career has not been without controversy, though. In his earlier days, he was part of The Kliq, an infamous backstage faction that wielded power in the locker room. Later on, he was accused of hogging the limelight with his lengthy World Heavyweight Championship reigns, and more recently he was accused of pushing only his off-screen friends, like Randy Orton.
Whether you love him or hate him, nobody in the WWE Universe can deny the fact that HHH is one of the legends of the business, whose love and passion for the industry is for everyone to see.
Here are a few things you might not know about the Cerebral Assassin.
Honorable mention: HHH has the highest number of losses of any wrestler at WrestleMania with 12 losses, as pointed out by a video posted by WWE on their YouTube channel yesterday. Looks like this will tally up to 13 at New Orleans this year, as it is a certainty that Ronda Rousey will win in her debut match.
#1 He is a teetotaller
Surprising as it seems, Triple H refrains from consuming any kind of alcohol. Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash and other real-life friends of Hunter have mentioned the fact in many interviews and in their books.
Though The Kliq were infamous for their partying ways back in the day, Triple H would never consider having a drink. He would apparently always end up as the designated driver since he would be the sober one in the group.