Triple H is called by many monikers such as "The Cerebral Assassin," "The Game," and "The King of Kings" among others, and it's for good reason. Subscribers to the WWE Network can see why he has been given such acclaim by accessing many of the best Triple H matches in his 20+ year career. However, which match among the greatest Triple H wrestling matches is his very best one?
It's all about the game and how you play it, so check out this list Triple H's best wrestling matches and vote on which one is the best battle from the "King of Kings." You can stream all of these on the WWE Network right now!What is the best Triple H match of all time? Do you think any of these could be considered the greatest match of all time? Be sure to vote up your favorites!
Triple H vs. Stone Cold Steve Austin, 3 Stages of Hell
This match from the 2001 No Way Out pay-per-view is sort of a cheat since it is essentially three matches in one! Austin and Triple H took each other on in a standard wrestling match, a street fight, and then topped it off by battling inside a steel cage. This bloody brawl featured both wrestlers at their peak powers in an amazing 40+ minute fight.
Triple H vs. Shawn Michaels
The best battle between the two besties took place at SummerSlam 2002 in an exciting brawl. This match was HBK's big in-ring return after retiring back in 1998 due to injury... and he never lost a step. An immensely dramatic fight culminating in a fantastic finish.
Triple H vs. The Undertaker, Hell in a Cell
The "End of an Era" couldn't be more fitting. This Wrestlemania XXVII rematch was one to remember with both veterans hitting high impact moves and providing gravitas to each blow. A memorable match from Wrestlemania XXVIII featuring the Hell in a Cell cage and an emotionally torn Shawn Michaels as the special guest referee.
Triple H vs. Cactus Jack, Hell in a Cell
In another violent contest between the two rivals, Triple H and Cactus Jack tore into each other with chairs, tables, tacks, and even fire in and on top of the dreaded Cell. Triple H survived Mick Foley's most violent persona and retiring him in this match helped forge Triple H's main event credibility. This match was a great swan song for Mick Foley's career... until he returned a month later for Wrestlemania 2000.