Triple H Net Worth

Net Worth:$150 million
Date of Birth: July 27, 1969 (54 years old)
Height:6 ft 3 in (1.93 m)
Profession: Wrestler, Bodybuilder, Professional Wrestling Booker, Actor,, Businessperson.
Nationality:United States of America

What is Triple H’s net worth? How does Triple H make his money? Below is the current net worth of Triple H and how Triple H makes his money.

What is Triple H’s net worth and salary?

Paul Michael Levesque is an American business executive, professional wrestler, and actor who has a combined net worth of $150 million with his wife WWE successor Stephanie McMahon.

Hunter Hearst Helmsley popularly known as ”Triple H” is the founder of NXT, a derivative of the WWE brand. He has worked in WWE as an Executive Vice President of Live Events, Talent, and Creative since 2013.

Triple H’s wife Stephanie McMahon is the daughter of Vince McMahon the founder of WWE.

Early Life

Paul Michael Levesque was birthed in Nashua, New Hampshire on 27, July 1969. He was a basketball player at Nashua South High School and at age 14, he wanted to look like the professional wrestlers he saw on television, Paul took up bodybuilding to actualize his dream.

After graduating from high school in 1987, he continued entering bodybuilding competitions and won the Mr. Teenage New Hampshire competition at age 19 in 1988. The first wrestling match he ever saw was in 1974 and featured Chief Jay Strongbow.

At his birthplace Nashua, Paul worked in a gym as a manager there where he met Ted Arcidid a world champion who worked in WWE at that time. Paul convinced him to introduce him to Killer Kowalski, who was at that time running a pro wrestling school in Massachusetts and was a former wrestler.

Later, Paul started Killer Kowalski’s school in Malden, Massachusetts where he relocated to stay in 1992. he had future WWF legend, Chyna as classmates then.


Under the ring name Terra Ryzing, Paul Levesque made his professional debut in 1992 against Flying Tony Roy. Tony Roy was defeated. After, he emerged winner of the IWF Heavyweight Championship in July 1992 by defeating Mad Dog Richard.

Levesque signed a contract that is to expire in a year’s time with World Championship Wrestling in 1994. He faced a villain named Terror Risin’ in his first television match. Keith Cole was defeated. He quickly changed his ring name to Terra Ryzing, which he used for a few months before rebranding himself as Jean-Paul Levesque.

As part of his character’s schtick, he was asked to speak with a French accent.

Levesque met with Vince McMahon to talk about joining his league, but McMahon wasn’t interested at the time. However, not long after watching Levesque’s match at Starrcade, McMahon was sufficiently impressed to make him an offer, and Levesque joined WWE in January 1995. As Hunter Hearst Helmsley, Paul made his WWE debut.

He appeared in taped vignettes, discussing proper etiquette. Helmsley made his WWF pay-per-view debut against Bob Holly at SummerSlam.

Paul’s career reached a difficult turn in 1996, which was sparked by a conflict with Duke “The Dumpster” Droese following a defeat at the 1996 Royal Rumble’s Free for All. Helmsley emerged as the winner in the 1997 King of the Ring fight by defeating Mankind in the championship match.

D-Generation X was created that year by Shawn Michaels, Helmsley, Chyna, and Rick Rude (DX).

This assemblage earned prominence for breaking the mold. The 1990s “Attitude Era” was greatly influenced by this stability. His nickname whenever he is in the ring around this time was abbreviated as Triple H.

Numerous significant WWE pay-per-view events have spotlighted Triple H as the main attraction, including seven closings of the organization’s annual WrestleMania event (tied for the most with Hulk Hogan)

By January 2000, Triple H, also known as “The Cerebral Assassin,” had christened himself “The Game,” meaning that he was the best in the wrestling business. Triple H won his third WWF Championship by defeating Big Show on the Raw Is War program on January 3.

Paul tore a muscle in his quad in May 2001, almost ruining his career, and was unable to serve for eight months.

In 2002, he entered the ring once more. On January 7, 2002, at Madison Square Garden, Triple H made a comeback to Raw.

Levesque won the Royal Rumble and was offered an Undisputed WWF Championship match at WrestleMania X8, there, he defeated Chris Jericho for the Undisputed WWF Championship.

The title lasted with him for a month before handing over to Hulk Hogan.

Personal Life

On October 25, 2003, Triple H wed Stephanie McMahon, the WWE owner’s daughter. Three of their daughters were born between 2006 and 2008: Aurora Rose Levesque, Murphy Claire Levesque, and Vaughn Evelyn Levesque (born in 2010).

Paul was married to late wrestler Chyna from 1996 to 2000

A book written by Paul titled Making the Game: Triple H’s Approach to a Better Body was published in 2004. The book, which is mostly devoted to bodybuilding guidance, also contains some autobiographical data, recollections, and viewpoints.

Levesque was close friends with Lemmy, the lead singer of the band Motörhead.

Life After WWE

Today, Paul works in the background at WWE, developing the NXT developmental division and winning recognition for his commercial savvy in the wrestling industry.

He made a comparison between the WWE and Disney in an interview on life in the WWE’s backstage areas. He stated: “This is Disney. We provide amusement. not only colored. Think about it, guys: Marvel was simply a comic book a decade ago. We are and will be a leading worldwide content provider for all sorts of entertainment.”

Salary and WWE Equity

Levesque assumed a position as Talent, Live Events, and Creative Executive Vice President in 2013.

His earnings as a wrestler and front desk employee were just over $1.5 million in 2013.  recently, Levesque’s WWE compensation was about $2.8 million per year.

Paul also owns WWE stock worth several million dollars. More significantly, Triple H’s wife Stephanie Triple H’s wife holds over 2.5 million WWE shares, valued at various points in time between $40 million and $225 million.


Paul Micheal  has won numerous championships in his career including;

  • 5-time Intercontinental Champion
  • 3-time world tag team champion
  • 2-time European Champion
  • 2-time Royal Rumble winner
  • 14-time world champion
  • King of the Ring


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