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Late last year, Triple H had a health scare after a cardiac episode which led to him taking an extended vacation from WWE. The end of his tenure aside Triple H had been a member of the company since 1995 and became one of the longest tenured members of the roster. At the start of his run it wasn't expected that Hunter Hearst Helmsley would become a legend or have the career that he was fortunate to have. For twenty seven years, he called WWE home before he made the move to the company in Connecticut he would spend around a year in WCW before being let go due to roster cuts.
A reign of terror and nearly catching Ric Flair's record being a member of two legendary factions just reads as a few of the accomplishments that Triple H has on career achievement list. A friendship with Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash, and Scott Hall helped propel Triple H up the card to start with and D-Generation X made that happen. To be fair I don't need to retrace the career history of Triple H as most fans are aware of the career history of Triple H.
Triple H brought NXT to the forefront of the wrestling world and really put his wrestling mind on display and how exactly he would run the show when Vince did retire. Triple H gave the fans of WWE something completely different with NXT. Though NXT isn't what Triple H built anymore the legacy of what he built always lives on, because for years it gave fans something we never thought we'd see from WWE. It is odd seeing people I grew up watching retire, but thank you Triple H for the legacy you created and memories you leave behind. Triple H will unquestionably go down as a legend and a future Hall of Famer. Thank you for the Memories!!