Triple H has had one hell of a career in the WWE since joining Vince McMahon's company from the WCW way back in 1995 where he was terribly named as 'Terra Ryzing'.
Ever since becoming Hunter Hearst Helmsley, and then Triple H, he has been one of the biggest stars in the wrestling world, being truly at the top of the WWE kayfabe tier list for well over a decade and having won multiple Championships while facing other titans of WWE history.
Well, after winning the WWE World Heavyweight Championship for the 14th time back at the Royal Rumble earlier this year, and having lost it again at WrestleMania 32 to Roman Reigns in the culmination of a year-long storyline, it seems like Hunter could be about to hang up his wrestling boots for the last time.
SIGN UP NOW
Want to become a GMS writer? Sign up now and submit a 250-word test article: http://gms.to/haveyoursay4
Speaking in an interview with Muscle and Fitness magazine, via NoDQ.com, 'The Game' revealed that stopping in-ring performing would save him a lot of hassle:
"I'm in charge of talent, live events, and a lot of the creative," he said during his interview.
"I also have a lot of input with certain programming. To be honest, if I weren't on the show every week my life would be a whole lot easier. It takes up a lot of time."
Hunter went on to add he does think about retiring from in-ring competition. The former WWE World Heavyweight Champion seemed to indicate that he would some take time after WrestleMania to contemplate his future.
"I think about that. I don't want to be doing this just to do it. In the past several years there have been opportunities that have presented themselves. It all depends on the year," he said.
"If you ask me right now about next year, I'm not even thinking about next year. I'm thinking about WrestleMania, and on Monday, after WrestleMania is over, I'll think about what's next after that."
Well, it's been two weeks since WrestleMania and we still haven't seen Triple H on our television screens. That could mean nothing, but it could also mean that HHH has made his decision - retirement.
Despite him being in top physical condition and still looking like a behemoth, The Game has been in the limelight for 20 years, maybe it is time for him to step aside.
Do YOU want to write for GiveMeSport? Get started today by signing-up and submitting an article HERE: http://gms.to/writeforgms