Tribute To Wwe Legend Triple H: ‘I’m done. Would never wrestle again’

According to Stephen A. Smith on ESPN’s First Take on Friday, former professional wrestler Triple H has announced that he will not return to the ring. When Paul Levesque went into heart failure in September, he said there were times when he didn’t know whether or not he was going to survive. In 1995, Levesque made his WWE debut and has since won 14 championships.

“I will never wrestle again,” Levesque, who is also an executive vice president with WWE, said. “First of all, I have a defibrillator in my chest, which, you know, probably not a good idea for me to get zapped on live TV.”

D-Generation X, Levesque’s late 1990s band, was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2019. WWE Intercontinental Champion, World Heavyweight Champion, and two-time winner of the Rumble in the Jungle. One of the most successful wrestlers of the 2000s, he was born in New Hampshire and grew up in Connecticut.

When his wife, WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon, observed he was coughing up blood, Levesque informed ESPN’s First Take that he was suffering from viral pneumonia that September. In the hospital, physicians noticed liquid around the heart and lungs of this man.

In “severe” heart failure, physicians said Levesque, his heart was performing at a fraction of its full potential.

“I was nose-diving and sort of at the 1-yard line of where you don’t want to be really, for your family and your future,” Levesque said Friday. “There are moments in there when they’re putting you out for stuff and you think, ‘Is this it? Do you wake up from this?’ That’s tough to swallow and makes you think differently.”

In Tokyo, Japan on June 29, 2019, he made his final appearance on an unaired card. On June 7, 2019, he fought in Saudi Arabia against his longtime foe Randy Orton for the last bout on television.

Dave Bautista, who is currently famous in Hollywood after his long career in professional wrestling, was Levesque’s opponent in his final match at WrestleMania in 2019.

When it comes to WWE, NXT, and NXT’s developmental brand, Levesque has recently been mentioned.

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