- It is currently uncertain when Triple H will make his comeback to NXT. He was recently observed touring the new WWE Headquarters and participating in an interview on the company’s new NIL Program, according to WWE. The NXT WarGames event is scheduled to take place on December 5.
Will Triple H be able to wrestle again?
Following his heart surgery, according to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, not only is it unlikely that Triple H would ever compete again, but he has also not yet returned to his previous job. Meltzer points out that Triple H’s health is deteriorating, and that his prospects of making a comeback have been significantly reduced as a result.
Why is Triple H not allowed back to WWE?
Given that he recently undergone heart surgery, it is possible that his wrestling comeback may be delayed for some time. It is possible that Triple H may return to the ring in 2022 if fans are lucky.
What’s going on with Triple H in wrestling?
A successful treatment was carried out on Triple H, better known as Paul Levesque, on the 8th of September in 2021, following what the WWE described as a “cardiac incident,” according to an official statement from the organization. According to Paul, the event was caused by a hereditary cardiac condition, and he is anticipated to recover fully.”
Is Triple H retiring from wrestling?
Triple H, the son-in-law of WWE chairman Vince McMahon, appears to have retired from the ring and is content to continue to make contributions to the industry from behind the scenes.
Is Triple H still wrestling?
It’s possible that Triple H may never return to the ring as a full-time wrestler, but he will always be involved in the sport in a part-time capacity. Following his promotion to a higher level of power behind the scenes, he has already began this phase of his career. As a member of the McMahon family, it’s possible that Triple H may follow in Vince’s footsteps and wrestle until a far later age.
Who is HHH married to?
As of this writing, Triple H’s last bout in the WWE took place on June 29, 2019, as part of the company’s tour of Japan. In a non-televised battle against Robert Roode and Samoa Joe, he teamed up with Shinsuke Nakamura to defeat them. He had previously defeated Batista at WrestleMania 35 in a No Holds Barred bout a few months ago.