The Cerebral Assassin
Paul Michael Levesque
March 24, 1992
He is The King of Kings, a nickname with no hint of exaggeration considering that Triple H is essentially WWE royalty. From his days as a Greenwich snob, to his era-defining run as a co-founder of D-Generation X, to the time he spent shepherding future main eventers Randy Orton and Batista toward WWE greatness in Evolution, Triple H has not just existed on the cutting edge, he has been the one sharpening the blade.
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Brock Lesnar def. Triple H
Turns out Brock Lesnar was every bit at home within a steel cage as Triple H was. The towering Superstar who thrived in the octagon as the UFC Heavyweight Champion not only reasserted his dominance within the cold embrace of a cage, but also may have ended his war with The King of Kings in a grueling contest that truly embodied the extreme in every way.
All this is not to say that Lesnar ran away with the bout by any means. In fact, The Game didn’t bother waiting to take the fight to Lesnar, ambushing The Anomaly from behind during Brock’s entrance and slamming him headlong into the cage wall, following that up with a top-rope strike that left Lesnar reeling.
And then the bell rang.
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After a savage Steel Cage battle with Brock Lesnar at Extreme Rules on Sunday, a physically battered Triple H was unable to continue in his match against impressive new Paul Heyman client Curtis Axel on Monday night’s Raw.
On Tuesday, WWE.com spoke with WWE physician Dr. Michael Sampson, who gave an update on the status of The Cerebral Assassin.
“After the pay-per-view match on Sunday, we advised (Triple H) on Monday that he shouldn’t wrestle because of head and jaw trauma he suffered from the sledgehammer attack by Brock Lesnar,” Dr. Sampson explained to WWE.com. “Obviously, we saw what happened Monday night: He went against medical advice and tried to wrestle. Luckily, he pulled himself out.”
After further evaluation, Sampson said The Game is still exhibiting some post-concussion symptoms and he’ll be held out of action until WWE’s medical staff can conduct further neurological tests.
“At this point, the neurological exams are all normal,” Sampson added. “But we will continue to employ neuropsychological testing to get a better idea how he’s doing mentally, as far as reaction time, thought process and so on.”
Sampson noted the additional neurological tests will likely be conducted near the end of this week, once The Game’s headache has subsided.
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More than one year since Brock Lesnar first split his arm like a twig, Triple H stood in a ring surrounded by a steel cage and spoke of finality. He spoke of the war between the two of them, the battles, the blood, but most of all, he spoke about the hate that had brewed between them. So it was with hate in his heart that Triple H beckoned his monstrous foe to join him in his “home,” and lo and behold, The Anomaly answered with Paul Heyman at his side.
And for once, the silver tongue of the mad scientist was not enough to keep “The Beast Incarnate” in check. Although Heyman initially dispelled Brock from the notion of fighting The King of Kings without a proper payday, The Game’s mind games won out in the end and Lesnar entered the cage, battering Triple H about before The Game found his second wind, hauling Lesnar through the cage door and apparently satisfying him for the time being. With a sneer on his face, Lesnar lifted Heyman to his feet and made his exit. Make no mistake, the hate within him beat on. But in Tulsa, that hate was a boat against the current, overwhelmed by the apparent caution that bore the beast ceaselessly (if not easily) back into the locker room one final time.
Susan G. Komen and WWE have announced an awareness campaign, “Make Mom Proud,” to support the fight against breast cancer. The TV and digital campaign, which coincides with Mother’s Day, calls on supporters to do something meaningful for their moms and the other important women in their lives.
As part of the campaign, WWE will urge fans to support moms by taking steps to educate themselves about the disease, participate in local Susan G. Komen Races in their communities, and donate to Komen, the world’s largest nonprofit funder of breast cancer research and community outreach programs. The campaign will be promoted through all of WWE’s assets, including TV broadcasts, Live Events, and digital and social media.
“WWE fans are making a tremendous contribution to our mission to help women with breast cancer by supporting our community breast cancer programs for uninsured and underserved women, and through our global breast cancer research,” said Nancy Brinker, founder and CEO of Susan G. Komen. “We’re so grateful for the support of the WWE community in our mission to end suffering from this disease.”
“WWE is dedicated to supporting Susan G. Komen and their fight to eradicate breast cancer,” WWE’s Executive Vice President of Talent and Live Events Paul “Triple H” Levesque said.“Susan G. Komen is at the forefront of breast cancer research and community outreach programs, and I’m proud that the WWE Universe is supporting such an important cause.”
Throughout the month, Triple H and Divas Alicia Fox and Layla will be featured in a series of public service announcements to generate awareness and encourage fans to get involved. Alicia and Layla will also attend the Susan G. Komen Global Race for the Cure and its surrounding events on Mother’s Day weekend in Washington, an area that has among the highest breast cancer mortality rates in the country.
Susan G. Komen and WWE have a history of success in raising awareness for the fight against breast cancer. In September 2012, WWE and Superstar John Cena partnered with Susan G. Komen to launch the “Rise Above Cancer” campaign. Cena wore co-branded, pink and black ring gear that fans were able to purchase throughout October, raising $1 million to support Susan G. Komen’s mission to eradicate breast cancer and save women’s lives.
WWE announced that it has awarded a $10,000 scholarship to Allison Iliev, a Full Sail University student, as part of its ongoing partnership with Full Sail. The partnership provides students at the university with an opportunity to gain real-world experience producing WWE’s weekly NXT program.
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The scholarship will be applied toward Iliev’s studies in the Creative Writing for Entertainment Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree Program. WWE Executive Vice President, Talent and Live Events, Paul Levesque and Full Sail University President Garry Jones presented the scholarship, on behalf of WWE, in a ceremony that kicked off the latest taping of WWE NXT at Full Sail Live.
WWE selected Iliev to receive this scholarship for exhibiting exceptional professionalism and creative talent, while shadowing WWE staff and crew during the production of NXT at the university, as well as maintaining good academic standing.
“WWE’s commitment to education is unmatched,” Jones said. “This partnership has yielded many extraordinary experiences for our students and helped to enrich our hands-on educational approach.”
“It’s a real honor to be recognized by WWE,” winner Allison Iliev said. “WWE is where I aspire to be when I graduate.”
“We are pleased to award this WWE scholarship to Allison Iliev, a very deserving student with a bright future,” Levesque said. “The unique partnership between WWE and Full Sail is helping build WWE’s next generation of talent, both in the ring and behind the scenes.”
In May 2012, WWE and Full Sail University announced a collaborative partnership that moved the live tapings of WWE NXT to the university’s state-of-the-art performance venue, Full Sail Live. Full Sail University students, staff, faculty and the general public have been invited to attend the live tapings on the campus, with proceeds benefiting the scholarship fund. On Sept. 20, 2012, the first WWE scholarship was awarded to Full Sail University student Geraldo Gutierrez.
Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar (Steel Cage Match)
Triple H narrowly avoided early retirement at the hands of Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania, but if The Game thought his trouble with Lesnar would end at The Grandest Stage of Them All, he had another thing coming.
Having split two notoriously high-impact battles at SummerSlam and WrestleMania, The King of Kings and “The Beast Incarnate” will settle the score once and for all at Extreme Rules, and the rubber match will be held in the most inhospitable of environments: the steel cage. The addition of steel to this already perilous rivalry was the brainchild of Lesnar’s camp, as outlined in a challenge to Triple H on April 15.
In goading The King of Kings to accept The Anomaly’s challenge to a third fight, Lesnar associate Paul Heyman appealed to Triple H’s sense of pride, noting that The Game’s WrestleMania win merely brought him even with Lesnar. Heyman then focused on the WWE COO’s courage, acknowledging that steel cage matches offer neither protection nor mercy for the Superstars who compete within — even if they’ve already been incapacitated.
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