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Hunter Hearst Helmsley

Triple H at WrestleMania 2000 in Toronto. -- Sun file photo
REAL NAME: Paul Lesveque
BORN:July 27th, 1969 in Nashua, NH
6'4", 270 pounds
ALIASES/NICKNAMES: Jean Paul Levesque, Terra Ryzing, Triple H, The Game


Love him or hate him, there is no denying that Triple H has risen to the top of his profession and has gained control of the World Heavyweight Championship, and looks to have a virtual hammerlock on the title, not to mention WWE storylines, for some time to come.

Growing up in New Hampshire, Paul Levesque took a keen interest in bodybuilding, winning several competitions including Teen Mr. New Hampshire at the age of 19. However, Levesque realized that his future lay in another field and traveled to Reading, Massachusetts to train with the legendary Killer Kowalski.

In March 1992, Levesque, billed as "Terra Ryzing", debuted in Kowalski's International Wrestling Federation organization, defeating Tony Roy. In July, he won the organization's heavyweight title from Mad Dog Richard.

On February 4th, 1994, Levesque received a tryout match with World Championship Wrestling, defeating Keith Cole in Atlanta. Soon after, Terra Ryzing debuted in WCW in a short stint highlighted only by a Television title match against Larry Zbysko in June. Changing his name to Jean-Paul Levesque, a French-Canadian aristocrat, did little to change his status, save to earn a spot on the Starrcade '94 card, where he lost to Alex Wright.

With little hope for advancement in WCW, Levesque jumped to the WWE where he kept the aristocrat gimmick (altering it so that he hailed from Greenwich, Connecticut) but he was now dubbed Hunter Hearst Helsmley. Helmsley remained at lower-to-mid-card status for the first few months of his WWE career, feuding with Bob Holly, Fatu (later Rikishi), Henry O. Godwinn and Duke "the Dumpster" Droese.

Helmsley's first trip to Wrestlemania (Wrestlemania XII in 1996) was less than spectacular, as he lost to the Ultimate Warrior in a little over a minute and a half. When he tried to blame his valet, Sable, her real life husband, Marc Mero intervened, and the two men would battle for the next several months.

Backstage, Helmsley was becoming a part of a group of friends known as "the Clique" that would include Scott Hall (aka Razor Ramon), Kevin Nash (aka Diesel), Shawn Michaels and Sean Waltman (aka the 1-2-3 Kid, Syxx and X-Pac). On Hall and Nash's last night in the WWE, at Madison Square Gardens, the five members of the Clique got together in the ring after the main event (Michaels vs. Hall in a steel cage match). WWE head Vince McMahon was outraged by the incident, but with Hall and Nash gone, Waltman leaving soon, and Michaels as WWE Champion, the only one he could punish was Helmsley.

Due to this punishment, Helmsley did not win the 1996 King of the Ring as expected and was instead de-pushed for several months. It wasn't until the end of 1996 that he began to rise back up the card, picked up his feud with Mero and, with the help of a double-cross by Curt Hennig, regained the Intercontinental Championship.

The new Intercontinental Champion soon acquired a bodyguard in Curtis Hughes and a new feud with Goldust (Dustin Rhodes). In February 1997, with Hughes having departed the WWE, Helmsley lost the Intercontinental Championship to Rocky Miavia. The feud with Goldust continued and Helmsley received some help from a new bodyguard, a muscular woman named Chyna.

After defeating Goldust at Wrestlemania XIII, Helmsley went to the King of the Ring where he defeated Ahmed Johnson and then Mankind in the finals. Helmsley, crowned King a year after it was originally planned, continued to assault Mankind, leading to a feud that would last through the Canadian Stampede pay-per-view and into SummerSlam, where the two met in a steel cage match.

Although Mankind would win at SummerSlam, Helmsley's career was still on the rise. He was teamed with Shawn Michaels and the two of them, along with Chyna and Ravishing Rick Rude formed Degeneration X, a new heel faction that would quickly rise to the top of the WWE. DX soon found themselves facing the wrath of WWE Commissioner Sgt. Slaughter. Slaughter and Helmsley would clash at the DeGeneration X pay-per-view in December in a boot camp match, with Helmsley getting the victory. He would also be victorious against Shawn Michaels on an edition of Raw several weeks later in a match Slaughter ordered for Michaels' European Championship. However, Degeneration X would swerve the Sarge as Michaels quickly lay down for the victorious Hunter Hearst Helmsley.

Owen Hart decided to challenge Helmsley for the European title in early 1988. Helmsley was out with a knee injury but sent Goldust (dressed as Hunter) out to defend the title. Goldust lost the match...and the belt to Owen. Helmsley would regain the title on March 16th, 1988, thanks to interference from Chyna and retained it against Hart at Wrestlemania XIV, eleven days later.

At Wrestlemania, Shawn Michaels, lost the WWE title to Steve Austin and left wrestling due to an injury. Helmsley (or Triple H as he was know being called) proclaimed himself the new leader of DX and introduced Sean Waltman (aka X-Pac) who had returned from WCW. Later that night Helmsley, X-Pac and Chyna interfered to help the New Age Outlaws (the Road Dogg and Billy Gunn) regain the Tag Team titles from Cactus Jack and Chainsaw Charlie (aka Terry Funk) before announcing that the Outlaws were now part of DX as well.

With Degeneration X engaged in a feud with the Nation of Domination (Owen Hart still challenging for Helmsley's European Championship), they were also involved in one of the most famous angles in the history of the WWE/WCW Monday Night War when they showed up outside the arena where WCW was holding Nitro.

During the 1998 King of the Ring, Helmsley began a feud with the Rock that led to the Rock losing his shot at the tournament championship, and the Rock in turn, costing Triple H the European Championship against D-Lo Brown on July 28th. The feud between the Rock and Triple H lasted through SummerSlam where Triple H defeated the Rock in a ladder match to win the Intercontinental Championship.

Triple H's reign as Intercontinental Championship did not last very long, due to a knee injury that forced him to forfeit the title to Ken Shamrock. When Triple H returned, he and the rest of Degeneration X turned their attention towards Vince McMahon's Corporation, one member of which, Test, cost Triple H a World title shot in mid-December.

By early 1999, however, a major crack appeared in Degeneration X as Chyna turned against Triple H and joined McMahon's Corporation. Helmsley, upset that his former bodyguard had betrayed him, began feuding with Kane, whom Chyna was closely aligned with. During one confrontation, Kane went to hit Triple H with a fireball only to hit Chyna instead. At Wrestlemania XV, the brief separation between Chyna and Triple H came to an end. Chyna interfered on behalf of Helmsley, and the pair were back together, but with Triple H joining the Corporation.

After feuding with X-Pac and Kane, Triple H began a long road to becoming the Number One contender to the World title. He defeated the Rock at Fully Loaded to earn that status, only to lose it to Chyna of all people. Chyna would lose to Mankind and the main event for SummerSlam '99 was Steve Austin defending the World title against Mankind and Triple H in a Triple Threat match, with then-Minnesota Governor Jesse "the Body Ventura as the special guest referee.

Although Mankind won the title on that night, 24 hours later, Helmsley threatened to (and did) injure Jim Ross if Mankind didn't defend the title against him. With Shane McMahon as the referee, Helmsley gained the victory and his first WWE World title.

Helmsley hung on to the World title for several months, thanks to the outside interference of Chyna and Shane McMahon. However, by crossing Steve Austin, Helmsley would lose the World title, not to Austin, but to Vince McMahon, who Helmsley was now on the outs with. McMahon vacated the title, but forced Helmsley to win three matches in a best of five series against Kane, Big Show, Viscera and Mideon (in a handicap match), Mankind and finally the Rock. Triple H went on to win the "Six Pack" challenge at Unforgiven, despite having Austin as a referee. Later, Triple H thought he'd gotten the better of Austin when the Rattlesnake was hit by a car prior to their Triple Threat match (with the Rock) at the 1999 Survivor Series. Unfortunately for Helmsley, Vince McMahon substituted the Big Show who would win the match and the title.

This reignited the feud between Triple H and Vince McMahon, with the two scheduled to meet at Armaggedon. But Triple H would show up during the wedding between Stephanie McMahon and Test and show videotape evidence that he had drugged Stephanie and taken her to a drive-in wedding chapel where the two had been married. Triple H would later make the annulment of the wedding a stipulation if he lost at Armaggedon.

Instead, Vince would be stunned when Stephanie turned on him during the match and aligned herself with Triple H. The McMahon-Helmsley era had begun. In short order, Helmsley defeated the Big Show to regain the WWE title, and then defended it against Cactus Jack, first at the Royal Rumble and then in a Hell in a Cell match at No Way Out. Foley would also face Triple H at Wrestlemania 2000 along with the Rock and the Big Show. Helmsley would retain the title when Vince McMahon turned on the Rock.

Triple H and the Rock would trade the WWE World title several times over the next few months, with the Rock coming out as champion at the King of the Ring after a six-man tag match where the Rock pinned Vince McMahon to win the title, as per the stipulation. With Helmsley moved into a feud with Chris Jericho, problems began between he and Stephanie, as Stephanie caught Hunter in a compromising position with Trish Stratus and Hunter becoming jealous of Kurt Angle's affection towards Stephanie. At SummerSlam 2000, Angle and Triple H battled the Rock for the WWE title but Angle cost Hunter the title, and the Rock again retained the belt. The love triangle between Stephanie, Hunter and Angle continued until, after a match against Chris Benoit, Helmsley blamed Stephanie for the loss and Stephanie announced that she would be managing Kurt Angle. Helmsley would however rescue Stephanie from an attack from the Rock.

With the return of "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Helmsley revealed that it had been he who had been behind the wheel a year prior when Austin had been run down by a car, igniting a feud between the two men. Austin and Helmsley, not to mention Rikishi, the Rock, the Undertaker and WWE Champion Kurt Angle would meet in a six-man Hell in a Cell match at Armaggedon 2000 that was won by Angle. The feud between Austin and Triple H would continue through the Royal Rumble (where Austin cost Helmsley his shot at Angle's title) and No Way Out where Helmsley won the third and decisive fall of a Best of Three Fall match inside a steel cage.

But after losing to the Undertaker at Wrestlemania X-7, Helmsley teamed up with Austin in the "Two Man Power Trip". With Austin as World Champion, Triple H defeated Chris Jericho for the Intercontinental title (quickly losing it to and regaining it from Jeff Hardy) and then he and Austin defeated Kane and the Undertaker to win the WWF Tag Team titles.

After Kane defeated Hunter for the Intercontinental title, the team of Helmsley and Austin began to come apart. Before the team could disintegrate completely, Helmsley suffered a torn quad in a match where he and Austin lost the tag team titles to Jericho and Benoit. The injury and the recovery from it would keep Triple H out of action for the rest of 2001.

Triple H would return to a rousing ovation on the first Raw of 2002 and then enter and win the 2002 Royal Rumble. His road to Wrestlemania however would be a rocky one, as he left his wife, Stephanie, after he discovered she had faked a pregnancy. Stephanie teamed with Angle and, at Wrestlemania, Chris Jericho in an attempt to screw over Helmsley, but to no avail as Triple H beat Jericho to regain the World title.

Triple H's latest reign as World Champion would be shortened with a loss to Hulk Hogan at Backlash. After losing in his attempt to regain the title (by this time held by the Undertaker), Helmsley departed the WWE for a short period, only to return and attack his former friend, Shawn Michaels. Michaels won the battle at SummerSlam but it seemed as though Helmsley won the war, attacking Michaels and driving him from the WWE.

Turning his attention back to the WWE Championship, Helmsley defeated the Undertaker to become the number one contender, only to have the champion, Brock Lesnar leave for Smackdown. However, Eric Bischoff created the World Championship and gave the title to Helmsley. During one of Helmsley's first title defenses, against Rob Van Dam, he received help from Ric Flair. With Flair at his side, Helmsley began a feud with Kane, unifying the World and Intercontinental Championships (albeit temporarily) and beginning the controversial "Katie Vick feud" in which Triple H berated Kane over the death of his former girlfriend.

During one match against Kane, Triple H found himself under attack from a returning Shawn Michaels. Helmsley, Michaels and Kane would all take part in the Elimination Chamber match at the Survivor Series with Booker T, Rob Van Dam and Chris Jericho. Injured by a mis-timed kick from Van Dam, Helmsley also left the Elimination Chamber minus the World title, as Michaels was victorious. Triple H would regain the title, winning a street fight and a ladder match in a "best of three falls" bout vs. Michaels (who won a cage match) at Armageddon.

As 2003 began, so did Evolution, as Flair and Triple H welcomed Bautista and Randy Orton to the group. While the formation of this new group was taking place, Helmsley was busy defending the title against Scott Steiner, Booker T and Kevin Nash. He would even defend it against Ric Flair and for a while, it appeared that Flair might be turning against Triple H, but instead Flair turned on Shawn Michaels the very next week on Raw.

Even with Mick Foley as the special referee, Triple H was victorious at Bad Blood in the Hell in a Cell match against Kevin Nash. From there, Helmsley retained the title against Goldberg, Rob Van Dam, and Kane before stepping into another Elimination Chamber match at Summer Slam 2003 with Orton, Goldberg, Michaels, Jericho and Nash. Triple H would retain the title this time but the feud with Goldberg wasn't over, and at Unforgiven, Triple H dropped the title to Goldberg.

Incensed, Triple H put a bounty on Goldberg's head, with Bautista returning to the ring (and Evolution) and injuring Goldberg's knee. It wouldn't be until Armaggedon, however, that Triple H defeated Goldberg in a Triple Threat match involving Kane to regain the World title.

Once again the champion, Triple H once again had to face his former partner, Shawn Michaels, battling him at the Royal Rumble to a draw. Also at the Rumble, Chris Benoit earned the right to a Wrestlemania title shot and decided to challenge Triple H. It was Benoit who would come out on top of a Triple Threat match at Wrestlemania, making Triple H submit. Things got no better with the draft lottery, as Triple H was drafted to Smackdown. Helmsley never showed however, being traded back to Raw for Booker T and the Dudley Boyz.

After defeating Michaels in a "Hell in A Cell" match at Bad Blood 2004 and turning on Eric Bischoff's nephew Eugene (and defeating him at Summerslam), Triple H found that Evolution member Randy Orton had become the WWE Champion. The very night after Orton had defeated Benoit, Triple H orchestrated an Evolution beatdown on the new champ. At Unforgiven, Triple H defeated Orton to become the WWE Champion for a ninth time.

With victories over Maven, Chris Jericho and Shawn Michaels, it seemed as if Triple H had a firm grip on the World Championship, especially since Flair had defeated Orton denying him another title shot while Triple H was champion. However, in late November, 2004, Guest General Manager Orton granted both Edge and Benoit a title shot against Helmsley on Raw and the match ended with two seperate decisions, neither of which was in Helmsley's favour.

The title was held up, and in the end, Triple H regained the title, coming out victorious in an Elimination Chamber match at New Year's Revolution, and retained the title against Orton at the Royal Rumble. However, during those early weeks of 2005, the distance between Triple H and fellow Evolution member Batista grew, with Batista winning the Rumble.

Triple H would unsuccessfully try to convince Batista to go to Smackdown to face JBL. At Wrestlemania XXI, Batista would meet and defeat Triple H to win the World Championship and retain the title at Backlash.

To make matters worse, Triple H tapped out to Chris Benoit during Raw's Gold Rush tournament, then said he was leaving the WWE until he got a shot at Batista. Triple H would return two weeks later to attack Batista during the latter's match against Edge.

Triple H immediately challenged Batista to a Hell in the Cell Match at Vengeance. Triple H had had success in previous Cell matches, but not this time. Batista retained and Triple H remained off WWE television for several months.

Triple H joined Mick Foley, Steve Austin and other WWE superstars in making their returns at WWE Homecoming. However, rather than simply making an appearance, HHH tagged with Ric Flair against Carlito and Chris Masters. Victorious in the match, HHH turned on Flair bloodying and humiliating him. Flair vowed revenge and got it when he defeated HHH in a cage match at Taboo Tuesday although few expected Helmsley to stay down for long. Indeed, Triple H rebounded to defeat Flair at the Survivor Series in a Last Man Standing match.

Triple H's treatment of Flair didn't sit well with the Big Show. A verbal confrontation turned physical and the two men cost each other spots in the Elimination Chamber match at New Year's Revolution. Hunter attacked the Big Show and injured his hand, then defeated Show at New Year's Revolution.

After losing the Royal Rumble, Triple H took out his frustrations on Chavo Guerrero, Jr., then looked towards winning the tournament to name the challenger for John Cena's WWE title at Wrestlemania. In the finals, Helmsley defeated the Big Show and Rob Van Dam, and headed into to a title match at Wrestlemania XXII, where he shocked many by losing to Cena.

Triple H continued to chase Cena's WWE Championship before running afoul of the McMahons. Reuniting with Shawn Michaels, Triple H reformed DX and continued to be a thorn in Mr. McMahon's side.

While feuding with his father in law, it was in July that Hunter and wife Stephanie welcomed their daughter Aurora Rose to the world. This became a running joke on TV as McMahon left a RAW taping because she was in labor, and DX made several jokes about "whoever it was that got her pregnant" and his endowment.

Getting past the Spirit Squad, Umaga and even stars from Smackdown, D-Generation X defeated the McMahons at SummerSlam. However the feud wasn’t over with the victory. The next night DX vandalized Titan Tower and Vince’s limo to anger the boss even more.

Triple-H lost to McMahon in a last man standing match in Madison Square Garden on September 11, 2006. At Unforgiven DX faced the McMahons and The Big Show in a Hell in a Cell Match. DX shoved McMahon’s face into Show’s exposed rear end and won the match, ending the feud.

A face from Triple-H’s past was coming up to be a thorn in the side of DX. Hunter’s former Evolution stablemate Randy Orton formed Rated RKO with Edge, and the two painted a target on DX’s back. On October 16th the team turned the tables on DX with a parody of their own, leading to a match at Cyber Sunday, refereed via fans voting by Eric Bischoff. Bischoff stopped counting a pinfall by DX late in the match, turning the favor in Rated RKO’s way and costing them the match.

DX would get payback at The Survivor Series when they teamed with CM Punk and The Hardy Boyz to cleanly sweep through Rated RKO, Johnny Nitro, Snitsky and Gregory Helms in a traditional elimination match. For the rest of 2006 the feud continued leading up to New Years Revolution on January 7th, 2007. The tag team grudge match ended in a no-contest when Triple-H tore his quad. It was ironic as the match was five years to the day of his return to the WWE after a similar injury in 2001.

While not active due to rehabbing his injury after surgery, you can bet that Triple-H is not done in the ring. He is expected to be back in the ring in time for Summerslam. The question is, will he stand by his DX partner's side, or have something else in mind for HBK?

Upon his return in August, Triple H was hailed as “The King of Kings” and thrust into a brief program against King Booker, whom he defeated at SummerSlam.

At the next RAW, Triple H interrupted a Carlito’s Cabana segment featuring Vince McMahon. He wound up sticking it to the boss, (verbally, that is), before getting into a fight with Carlito. The following week, Triple H was pitted against Carlito and Umaga in a handicap match, which he won by disqualification. At Unforgiven, Triple H beat Carlito in a “No DQ for Carlito Only” contest. Carlito and McMahon would get their revenge on RAW, beating Triple H in a handicap cage match, (when McMahon escaped), and again the following week when McMahon won via disqualification with Carlito acting as a special referee.

At No Mercy, Triple H wrestled in three matches, first defeating Orton to win the WWE Championship, but later losing it back to Orton in a Last Man Standing match after “injuring” his ribs versus Umaga during his second match of the night.

Triple H faced both Orton and Umaga at the next RAW in a handicap match, which ended in a no contest and Umaga then annihilating Triple H. They would face each other again in a street fight at Cyber Sunday that Triple H won. At Survivor Series, Team Triple H defeated Team Umaga in an elimination match.

Jeff Hardy entered Triple H’s feud against Umaga, but General Manager William Regal booked the two against each other for Armageddon. There, Hardy beat Triple H to earn a championship shot at Royal Rumble.

Triple H would be the last wrestler eliminated at Royal Rumble, (leaving John Cena the winner), but come out on top of an Elimination Chamber match at No Way Out to earn a title shot at WrestleMania 24. Triple H, Cena and Orton faced each other in a three-way at the big show, but Orton emerged victorious to retain the belt.

A recently returned JBL entered the fray and all four met for a Fatal Four Way match at Backlash. There, Triple H pedigreed Orton to win his twelfth world title. He'd go on to defeat Orton again at Judgment Day and One Night Stand, but the feud ended prematurely when Orton suffered a broken collarbone during the latter match.

Triple H would enjoy a seven month title reign, (during which he was drafted to SmackDown), defeating Cena, Edge, Khali, and Jeff Hardy before finally falling at Survivor Series, where Edge replaced Jeff in a three-way match and captured the title. In spite of Vickie Guerrero's best laid plans, Triple H would recapture the WWE Championship for a record eighth time, (beating the Rock's former record of seven), defeating Edge, Vladimir Kozlov, Big Show, Jeff Hardy and Undertaker in an Elimination Chamber at No Way Out.

Orton would revive his prior feud with Triple H by attacking the McMahon clan on episodes of Raw. (He kicked both Vince and Shane in the head and gave Triple H's wife Stephanie an RKO.) Triple H and Orton would take turns attacking each other on Raw and SmackDown before Triple H made a bold statement with a home invasion. On Raw, Triple H smashed down Orton's door with his sledgehammer, threw Orton out of a window, and pummeled him on his front lawn before the cops showed and "arrested" Triple H. Not to be outdone, Orton continued to build on the almost over-the-top build-up of their fated meeting in Houston. Again on Raw, Orton handcuffed Triple H to the ropes and let him watch as he gave a DDT and a creepy little kiss to his wife Stefanie McMahon. To round out the evening, he slugged the distraught Triple H with a sledgehammer.

Now, considering all Orton had done, one might think Triple H would arrive at WrestleMania 25 packing heat. And realizing that likelihood, Orton would probably not show at all. Maybe even get facial reconstruction surgery and enter some kind of witness protection program. But of course, this is wrestling, they did in fact meet, and "good" defeated "evil" as a sledgehammer strike and a Pedigree gave Triple H the duke.

That's not to say Orton was dead and buried, and as art imitated life, evil continued to haunt good. (If you want to see Triple H as good, that is.) Triple H came to help Shane prevent Orton from kicking Vince in the head during a match between the latter two, and got additional assistance from a returning Batista. Batista, Shane and Triple H (who had been drafted to Raw) would team up to face Legacy at Backlash, but came up short. Thanks to a pre-match stipulation, Legacy's victory allowed Orton to capture Triple H's WWE belt. Triple H, who got punted in the head by Orton before being pinned, would leave on a stretcher and not return until June.

By that time, Orton had lost his title to Batista at Extreme Rules, and ambushed him the next night on Raw, "breaking" his arm in the process. Orton demanded a rematch, knowing Batista would be unable to compete, and had General Manager Vickie Guerrero's assurance he would regain the championship if Batista didn't answer the bell. As he waited for the ref to count out Batista, Triple H made his return, hitting the ring and destroying Orton with a chair.

The next week, Triple H met Orton, Big Show, and John Cena in a Fatal Four-way for the vacant title. Orton won, but then Triple H won a 10-man Battle Royal later that night, which gave him another chance at Orton at The Bash. New Raw owner Donald Trump intervened and said Triple H could get his chance sooner and scheduled a Last Man Standing title match for the following week. That contest ended in a double count-out, but Vince, who bought back Raw from Trump, told Orton he would face Triple H at The Bash in a two-out-of-three falls match. Each bout would have a different stipulation, which Vince called "the three stages of hell."

-- compiled by John Milner, Jason Clevett and Richard Kamchen

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  • Oct. 6, 2003: Present ideas for HHH & Stephanie
  • May 23, 2001: Triple H to have surgery for torn quad
  • March 26, 2001: The Game ready to play at WM 17
  • March 24, 2001: Triple H on the collapse of WCW and ECW
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