Triple H has been part of the WWE since 1995 and has taken part in many WrestleMania events.
His first time appearing at The Showcase of The Immortals was when he faced off against the Ultimate Warrior - who was returning after a four-year hiatus - at WrestleMania XII in 1996. This match finished with a victory to Warrior but it was called the worst match of the night.
His upcoming match at WrestleMania 32 will be where he defends the WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Roman Reigns, a match which is already being highly criticized because of the WWE's forcefulness of making the crowd accept The Big Dog as their new top star.
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This weekend will be Triple H's 20th WrestleMania event - only The Undertaker has taken part in more WrestleMania events, with his 24th being this weekend as well against Shane McMahon - and with the experience comes so many memories and moments.
For The Game, his favorite moment was back in 2012 when he faced off against The Deadman at WrestleMania XXVIII in a Hell in a Cell match with Shawn Michaels as the special guest referee.
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He said in an interview with ESPN: "There is a moment in time that is burnt into me that is the year I wrestled The Undertaker at Hell in a Cell...
"They dubbed it an End of An Era match and there was a moment where the three of us are standing on the top of that stage... Taker, probably the guy I respect (more than) anybody in the business. He's just kind of always been that locker room leader, to me, the measuring stick of all of it.
"And then Shawn (Michaels), One - my best friend, and two - probably the best in-ring performer I have ever seen. To be up there in that moment and have them with me, for us, it was very, very, very real at that moment and that moment was for us, not for anybody else, to share with the world, but it was our moment."
Not many superstars can have moments like that with arguably two of the best performers the industry has ever seen. It's difficult to recreate a moment like that because of all the hard work that has to go into it before hand.
His match against The Deadman was regarded by many fans and critics alike as the Match of the Night, and it was award the Match of the Year award by Pro Wrestling Illustrated in 2012. If you haven't seen it, go and watch it on the WWE network before WrestleMania 32 this weekend.
The ending where the three of them walk up the ramp and they are standing at the top together is truly an epic moment