Triple H Retired From WWE Because Of Heart Surgery: “I Will Never Wrestle Again” Says Triple H

Triple H Retired From WWE due to heart problem
Triple H Retired From WWE

Triple H WWE Star announces his retirement from WWE today on 25 March 2022 because of a heart condition that nearly killed him. He said He will never wrestle again because of his heart problem that proved fatal for him. Paul Levesque (Triple H’s real name) pointed that he nearly passed on in late 2021. He wasn’t feeling good, and went to see specialists who performed tests. After an EKG and [echocardiogram], Paul says he got a pressing message from his PCP.

Triple H, genuine name Paul Levesque, joined Stephen A. Smith on his “Stephen A’s World” show … furthermore, the previous WWE champion said absolutely his wrestling days are finished. “I got a quick text message saying don’t take time, pack a bag real quick and head to the emergency room.”

When he was headed towards hospital his heart was not functioning well particularly at a very diminished or slow level.

“I was plunging and was somewhat at the one-yard line of where you would rather not be,” Triple H told Smith. Paul got enthusiastic on occasion while discussing the chance of at absolutely no point seeing his family in the future. “There’s minutes in there, while they’re putting you out and stuff and you wonder, ‘Is this it? Do you awaken from this?”

Triple H Retired From WWE Because Of Heart Surgery: "I Will Never Wrestle Again" Says Triple H
Triple H at Hospital

Fortunately, specialists saved Triple H’s life … but since of the alarm, he’s finished working inside the squared circle. “To the extent that in-ring, I’m finished. I won’t ever wrestle from this point onward,” Paul told Stephen, saying, “Above all else, I have a defibrillator in my chest, and it’s likely not insightful for me to get destroyed on live TV.”

2021 Incident

Following his cardiac health incident his wrestling days were assumed to be over in 2021 but today he announced his retirement shocking the whole world as he was very popular in 90’s kids and even today almost everybody knows him because of his worldwide popularity.

His last match was with Randy Orton in 2019 and he was defeated by Randy.

At the point when H wasn’t engaging the WWE universe inside the ring or on the mic, he was caught up with developing NXT, the formative arm of the organization. Triple H is one of the trailblazers in the business – – his vocation traverses right around 30 years and he’s come out on top for different championships all through his residency as a WWE genius.

The declaration spells the conclusion of an important time period for quite possibly the most prevailing competitor to step foot inside the squared circle. Triple H was accepted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2019.

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Triple H Achievements

Paul Michael Levesque (born July 27, 1969) is an American business executive, actor, and retired professional wrestler, better known by the ring name Triple H. He is currently serving as the executive vice president of WWE. He is also executive producer of the NXT brand.

  • WWE Hall of Fame (Class of 2019) – as a member of D-Generation X
  • Feud of the Year in 2000 vs. Kurt Angle
  • Feud of the Year in 2004 vs. Benoit
  • Feud of the Year in 2009 vs. Orton
  • Feud of the Year in 2013 vs. Daniel Bryan as a member of The Authority
  • Match of the Year in 2004 vs. Benoit and Shawn Michaels at WrestleMania 20
  • Match of the Year in 2012 vs. Taker in a Hell in a Cell match at WrestleMania 28
  • Most Hated Wrestler of the Decade from 2000–2009
  • Most Hated Wrestler of the Year (2003–2005)
  • Most Hated Wrestler of the Year in 2013 as a member of The Authority
  • Most Hated Wrestler of the Year in 2014) with Stephanie McMahon
  • Wrestler of the Decade (2000–2009)
  • Wrestler of the Year in 2008
  • Ranked No. 1 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2000 and 2009
  • Ranked No. 139 of the top 500 singles wrestlers of the PWI Years in 2003
  • Seventh Triple Crown Champion
  • Second Grand Slam Champion
  • Slammy Award (3 times)
  • Best Booker in 2015 with Ryan Ward
  • Feud of the Year in 2000) vs. Foley
  • Feud of the Year in 2004 vs. Benoit and Michaels
  • Feud of the Year in 2005 vs. Batista
  • Wrestler of the Year in 2000
  • Most Overrated (2002–2004, 2009)
  • Worst Feud of the Year in 2002 vs. Kane
  • Worst Feud of the Year in 2006 with Michaels vs. Vince and Shane McMahon
  • Worst Feud of the Year in 2011 vs. Kevin Nash
  • Worst Worked Match of the Year in 2003 vs. Scott Steiner at Royal Rumble
  • Worst Worked Match of the Year in 2008 vs. Edge and Vladimir Kozlov at Survivor Series
  • He is a one-time IWF Heavyweight Champion
  • Triple H is a one-time IWF Tag Team Champion with Perry Saturn
  • He is a one-time Unified WWE Tag Team Champion with Michaels
  • He is a five-time World Heavyweight Champion
  • Triple H is a nine-time WWF/WWE Champion
  • He is a five-time WWF/WWE Intercontinental Champion
  • He is a two-time WWF European Champion
  • Triple H is a two-time WWF Tag Team Champion with Stone Cold and Michaels
  • He became King of the Ring winner in 1997
  • He won Royal Rumble in 2002, 2016
Triple H Retired From WWE Because Of Heart Surgery: "I Will Never Wrestle Again" Says Triple H
Triple H With Hammer

Triple H Films

YearTitleRoleNotes
2004Blade: TrinityJarko Grimwood
2006Relative StrangersWrestlerUncredited
2011The ChaperoneRaymond “Ray Ray” Bradstone
2011Inside OutArlo “AJ” Jayne
2014Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania MysteryHimselfVoice
2014WWE Power SeriesHimself
2016Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed DemonHimselfVoice
2017Surf’s Up 2: WaveManiaHunterVoice

He will always be remembered by people around the world as whole world is shocked to see him stepping down from wrestling.