Brent Porche

Brent Porche

Brent Porche

In 2018, D-Generation X made some cool tee shirts for Wrestlemania 34 in New Orleans.

Remember “The Game”, “The King of Kings”, and “The Cerebral Assassin.” He’s WWE Hall of Famer Triple H, born Paul Michael Levesque in Nashua, New Hampshire July 27th, 1969.

Triple H is one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time. He has won 14 world championships, making him the seventh Triple Crown Champion and second Grand Slam Champion in WWE history.

A Grand Slam Champion is someone who has won four or more different championships in his or her career. He has also won the Royal Rumble twice and the King of the Ring tournament once.

In 1992, Levesque started his wrestling career in the International Wrestling Federation (IWF) out of New England, using the ring name Terra Ryzing. After a couple of years in IWF, he joined World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and soon repackaged himself with a new name as Jean-Paul Levesque.

A year after that, Levesque signed a contract with the WWF (now WWE). He became known as Hunter Hearst Helmsley.

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The Evolution of Triple H

His time spent as Hunter Hearst Helmsley was mostly forgettable. He later shortened his name to Triple H and adopted more of a bada$$ attitude. The stardom soon began to rise for the future Hall of Famer.

Triple H was part of some legendary factions over his career including eventual WWE Hall of Famers D-Generation X alongside his Kliq partner Shawn Michaels, X-Pac Sean Waltman, The New Age Outlaws Road Dogg Jesse James, Badass Billy Gunn, and the Ninth Wonder of the World Chyna.

Another legendary and villainous faction was Evolution. The faction featured Ric Flair, Dave Batista, and Randy Orton, a modern day Four Horsemen of sorts. All four are (or will be) in the WWE Hall of Fame.

Introductions/Theme Songs

Along with the legendary factions came the legendary theme music. Triple H has consistently had some of the best introduction songs for him to walk down to the ring to. The D-Generation X theme is such a cool song, written by longtime WWE composer Jim Johnston and performed by the DX Band.

Triple H has used three songs recorded by Motorhead over the years including “The Game,” written and produced by Jim Johnston, taken on by Motorhead and recorded as a bonus track on their 2002 album Hammered.

“Line in the Sand” was another song written by Jim Johnston and recorded by Motorhead for Evolution. These days, as Chief Content Officer of the WWE, he uses “King of Kings.” Motorhead wrote and recorded the song at the request of Triple H.

Triple H and his wife Stephanie, daughter of Chairman of WWE Vince McMahon, created the Connor’s Cure cancer fund in honor of Connor “The Crusher” Michalek, a WWE fan who died of cancer at the age of eight.

You’ll catch “Trips” on TV in a WWE ring every so often, but he spends the majority of his time behind the scenes helping the creative team in the WWE.

Triple H is known for his versatility in the ring. He can be a technical wrestler, a power wrestler, or a striker. He’s also a Master of Psychology. He is able to get the crowd invested, with ease, in his matches.

Tune in to Brent Porche today between 3pm-7pm to hear a salute to WWE Hall of Famer Triple H!

  • D-Generation X


    D-Generation X was the always rambunctious crew pushing the limits of TV censorship during WWE’s “Attitude” Era. Some of the funniest skits and sketches came from the DX days of the WWE. They truly deserved their WWE Hall of Fame nod.

  • "The Game" Motorhead


    If this song doesn’t get you pumped up, are you even alive?! This was the first song Motorhead recorded for Triple H as an entrance theme. It’s still one of the best entrance themes to date.

  • "Line in the Sand" Motorhead (Evolution Entrance Theme)


    Another entrance theme that gets the blood pumping! One of the most legendary factions in wrestling history was Evolution. A modern day Four Horsemen featuring The Nature Boy Ric Flair, Triple H, Batista, Randy Orton.

  • "The King of Kings" Motorhead


    At the request of Triple H, Lemmy and Motorhead recorded this song for him to use as an entrance theme. To this day, Triple H uses this theme song, with slightly different graphics anytime he appears on WWE TV.

  • The Completists' Guide to Triple H's Entrance Themes


    Here is the complete guide to Triple H’s entrance themes over the years. It goes all the way back to his very first theme song in the WWF.

  • Wrestlemania XL (40) Coming to Philadelphia in 2024

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