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Triple H Net Worth: Salary and earnings for WWE Head of Creative

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Triple H was named as the Head of Creative and Head of Talent Relations in WWE shortly after Vince McMahon retired but what is his net worth?

‘The Game’ has been with the company since 1995, and has held a variety of different positions over the years.

In 2013, Hunter Hearst Helmsley was named the Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events, and Creative. As COO, Triple H was responsible for all aspects of the company’s business operations, including talent management, marketing, and financial planning.

Triple H also oversaw WWE’s production division and its network of international affiliates during his time in the role.

As noted, ‘The Game’ was named Head of Creative in 2022, and as such, he is responsible for developing storylines and putting together weekly TV shows and pay-per-views.

Triple H Net Worth 2022

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In 2022, Triple H’s net worth is estimated to be $1.5 billion. He has made his fortune largely due to his tenure in the WWE, where he has been a wrestler, an executive, and now Head of Creative and Head of Talent Relations.

His wealth is also attributable to his many business ventures outside of the WWE. Triple H remains one of the most popular figures in professional wrestling, and his wealth is only likely to increase in the years to come.

Triple H and NXT

Triple H NXT Claim
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As well as being a 14-time world champion, HHH was also previously the head of the NXT brand. ‘The Game’ H has been credited with helping to create and develop many of WWE’s current top stars, including Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins.

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