Since debuting in the WWE well over a decade ago Triple H, real name Paul Levesque, has grown into one of the most influential men in the business.
So when someone, a former wrestler in this case, throws a serious allegation in his direction you would expect it wouldn't take long for him, and the company, to respond.
And that is exactly what has happened today with HHH coming out to publicly deny the most recent claims made by former WWE Diva Chyna, an ex-girlfriend of the veteran wrestler.
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In a move that echoes a similar chain of events from earlier this year, Triple H issued an official statement via WWE's publicity department in which he categorically denied claims, made by Chyna on a radio show this week, that he had hit her when they were dating.
"The false statements and reckless allegations Joan Laurer (aka Chyna) continues to make about a physical dispute are a complete fabrication. As I've said in the past, while Joan has had significant struggles in life, this does not justify making such claims."
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Speaking earlier this week, Chyna had once again described an incident back she claimed took place when she confronted Triple H about cheating on her with Stephanie McMahon back in 2001. The former Diva told Sirius Radio and XM Radio that the Superstar had struck her after a heated argument.
As alluded to above this isn't the first time Chyna has claimed Triple H physically assaulted her. The claim originally surfaced back in February and, then too, HHH vehemently denied the serious allegation. This time, though, in speaking through official WWE channels he is clearly looking to put the issue to bed once and for all.
Since their split, and the alleged 2001 incident, the careers of Triple H and Chyna have gone in very different directions.
Levesque has metamorphozed from one of the most renowned Superstars of the Attitude Era into the current Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events & Creative for WWE. He remains a central part of the company and is viewed as the likely successor to Vince McMahon when the CEO finally steps away from the WWE.
Chyna meanwhile was released from the WWE shortly after the claimed physical altercation and has since battled problems with substance abuse whilst continuing a career as a model and a stint in the adult film business - something Triple H has said will prohibit her ever making a return to the WWE.