One of the most legendary professional wrestlers returned to action inside the WWE ring over the weekend - former WWE Champion Triple H.
"The Game" has been in the professional wrestling industry since 1992 and has gone on to have one of the most successful careers of all time. After a brief one-year stint in World Championship Wrestling (WCW) from 1994 - 1995 Hunter then signed with the WWE and never looked back. He saw immediate success by capturing the Intercontinental Championship and slowly evolving into his Triple H gimmick.
Throughout the next 20 years of his career Triple H would stack up his resume and solidify himself as a future Hall Of Famer by having earned three Tag Team Championships, 14 World Heavyweight Championships, five Intercontinental Championship wins, two European Title wins, the winner of the 1997 King Of The Ring tournament, and a two-time Royal Rumble match winner (2002 and 2016).
Today Triple H has taken a back step as it pertains to his in-ring career inside the ring and is now the COO of the company. He is responsible for the production of many of today's top talents in the WWE after his oversight of NXT.
For the past few years he has returned to the WWE ring about once a year to put over a young talent at WrestleMania with names such as Seth Rollins and Daniel Bryan immediately coming to mind. He also welcomed Sting to "The Show Of Shows" in the former WCW Champ's first ever WrestleMania match.
Over the weekend Triple H made his return to the ring yet again when he competed at a live event in Chile. Triple H defeated Rusev in one-on-one competition and you can check out some of the highlights from the event below:
Also after the match it seems as though SmackDown Live's The New Day (Big E, Xavier Woods, and Kofi Kingston) came out to celebrate with "The Game." Triple H then hilariously danced with The New Day for a bit before hitting the Pedigree on Kingston and leaving the ring. Check it out:
What are your thoughts on Triple H celebrating with The New Day inside the ring after their victory? And what are your thoughts on Triple H returning to in-ring action overseas recently? Do you think this could be a sign that "The Game" is prepping for a major in-ring feud coming up? Or did he simply get the wild itch to compete inside the ring again and seized the opportunity in Chile? Have YOUR say in the comments section below, and the fourth episode of GiveMeSport’s WWE podcast is here!
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