How rich is Triple H?


How rich is Triple H?

Triple H Net Worth:
$25 Million

Triple H Net Worth:

Triple H Net Worth $25 Million

America’s favourite wrestler was created as Paul Michael Levesque on July 27, 1969 in Nashua, New Hampshire, USa. He’s an American professional wrestler, celebrity, business executive as well as a former body builder. He began his wrestling career with International Wrestling Federation in 1992 and joined World Championship Wrestling two years after. On joining World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE) he created himself as Triple H. He won a total of 13 world championships including eight WWE/WWF Tournaments and five Heavyweight Tournaments, over the following ten years. He became a part-time wrestler from 2010. His marriage to Stephanie McMahon had a great impact on the creative direction of the business and additionally added originality to his storyline. Triple H is presently the Executive Vice President of the Ny Stock Exchange traded professional wrestling promotion WWE and makes routine appearance in WWE as a wrestler and an authority figure.

Over two decades to the business, Triple H is undoubtedly among the most affluent wrestlers now. He’s got the net worth of about $25 million. His income from various ability contracts he signs were one million dollars. The WWE pays him an annual salary of $550 thousand for running it and $1.9 million as a wrestler. He signed a contract worth $1 million as yearly settlement until 2016. His gains in 2010 were an estimated $671 thousand.

Birth date: July 27, 1969
Birth place: Nashua, New Hampshire, United States
Height:6 ft 3 in (1.93 m)
Weight:256 lbs (116 kg)
Profession: Actor, Wrestler, Professional Wrestling Booker, Businessperson, Bodybuilder
Education: Nashua High School South
Nationality: United States of America
Spouse: Stephanie McMahon (m. 2003)
Children: Murphy Claire Levesque, Vaughn Evelyn Levesque, Aurora Rose Levesque
Parents: Patricia Levesque, Paul Levesque Sr.
Siblings: Lynn Levesque
Movies: The Chaperone, Blade: Trinity, Inside Out, WWE The Bash, Scooby-Doo! WrestleMania Mystery, Taboo Tuesday (2005), Night of Champions (2009), Vengeance (2005), New Year's Revolution (2006), WWE Global Warning Tour: Melbourne, Surf's Up 2: WaveMania, D-Generation X: One Last Stand, Scooby-Doo! and WWE: Curse of the Speed Demon, Breaking the Code: Behind the Walls of Chris Jericho, The John Cena Experience, WWE: The Videos: Vol. 1: Ramped Up, WWE: RAW: The Best of 2009, WWE: Fatal 4 Way 2010, WWE: Undertaker: 15-0, WWE: WrestleMania 27: Vol. 1, WWE: WrestleMania 27: Vol. 2, WWE: Summerslam 2000, WWE: Armageddon 2007, WWE: Backlash 2008, WWE: Royal Rumble 2010, WWE: Hell in a Cell 2009, WWE: Royal Rumble 2007, WWE: Armageddon 2002, WWE: SummerSlam 1998, WWE: SummerSlam 1997, WWE: TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs 2009, WWE: SummerSlam 2008, WWE: Judgment Day 2002, WWE: Backlash 2005, Jornada del Muerte, WWE: Summerslam 2003, WWE: Survivor Series 2007, WWE: Backlash 2006, WWE: Armageddon 2008, WWE: No Mercy 2007, WWE: Unforgiven 2003, Survivor Series 2008, WWE: Hell in a Cell 2010, WWE: Royal Rumble 2009, WWE: Bragging Rights 2009, WWE: New Year's Revolution, WWE: Unforgiven 2007, WWE: Judgment Day 2008, WWE Workout Series, Night of Champions, WWE: Summerslam 2006
TV shows: Saturday Night's Main Event, WWF Shotgun Saturday Night, WWF Superstars of Wrestling, WWE Raw, WWE SmackDown, WWE NXT, Clash Time, WWE Pay-Per-View, WWE 205 Live

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