has won 23 championships in WWF/E, including thirteen World Championships, having won the WWF/E Championship a record eight times (tied with John Cena), and the World Heavyweight Championship five times (Triple H is also the first man to hold the title). He has the highest number of world title reigns of all current WWE wrestlers. In addition, Levesque won the 1997 King of the Ring, the 2002 Royal Rumble, and was the secondGrand Slam Championship winner.
13 times Triple H recalls reign No. 1 in his own words: "This was the ultimate moment -- finally reaching the pinnacle of the business." Match recap | Reign No. 1 photos Reign No. 2 - Six Pack Challenge Triple H recalls reign No. 2 in his own words: "After getting screwed out of the title, this proved it wasn't a one-time thing. I was on the top to stay." Match recap | Reign No. 2 photos Reign No. 3 - Triple H vs. Big Show Triple H recalls reign No. 3 in his own words: "This was a giant win, toppling the 7-foot, 500-pound Big Show. It's a feat not many can claim." Match recap | Reign No. 3 photos Reign No. 4 - Triple H vs. The Rock Triple H recalls reign No. 4 in his own words: "... This one meant a lot because not only did I beat The Rock, but I did it in a WWE 60-minute Iron Man Match - a match that most men can't even comprehend being in." Match recap | Reign No. 4 photos Reign No. 5 - Triple H vs. Chris Jericho Triple H recalls reign No. 5 in his own words: "Winning at WrestleMania is the ultimate moment. But it was extra-special for me because it was the defining moment of my comeback from a career-ending quad tear." Match recap | Reign No. 5 photos Reign No. 6 - The World Heavyweight Champion Triple H recalls reign No. 6 in his own words: "This was Eric Bischoff basically saying what was the truth: 'There is nobody in this business who is champion more than Triple H. He defines what being a champion is, and that's why I made him champion.' It's the ultimate show of respect." Match recap | Photos Reign No. 7 - Three Stages of Hell Triple H recalls reign No. 7 in his own words: "Shawn and I have had a long history - best of friends, worst of enemies. But any time we've been in the ring together ... it's been magic. This one was no different." Match recap | Reign No. 7 photos Reign No. 8 - Triple Threat MatchTriple H recalls reign No. 8 in his own words: "If Goldberg was a symbol of WCW at their time of greatness, then that night, I exposed WCW and Goldberg as being a fraud. Who's next? Unfortunately for you, me." Match recap | Reign No. 8 photos Reign No. 9 - Triple H vs. Randy Orton Triple H recalls reign No. 9 in his own words: "This was showing the student who was still the master." Match recap | Reign No. 9 photos Reign No. 10 - Elimination Chamber Triple H recalls reign No. 10 in his own words: "The most brutal structure in the world, but won by the greatest wrestler in the world." Match recap | Reign No. 10 photos Reign No. 11 - No Mercy 2007 After Randy Orton had been awarded the WWE Championship at the start of No Mercy 2007, The Game shocked the world by defeating him for his 11th World Championship. But, the night was not over, as Mr. McMahon forced the new champion to go up against Umaga. Somehow, Triple H withstood the 348-pound Samoan's onslaught and kept his championship intact. Then, barely able to lift his arm in victory, The Game was forced into a rematch with Randy Orton. This third match of the night proved to be too much for The Game, as Orton reclaimed the title. More about The Game's roller coaster night. Reign No. 11 Photos
Reign No. 12 - Backlash 2008 In a history-making Fatal Four Way Elimination battle at Backlash 2008, The Game defeated a trio of past and present WWE Champions - JBL, John Cena and, ultimately, Randy Orton - to claim his 12th World Title. Ending the "Age of Orton's" near seven-month reign, Triple H not only secured his spot at the top of sports-entertainment, the King of Kings reseated himself upon the illustrious WWE Championship throne. Match recap | Exclusive video of The Game's win | Reign No. 12 Photos Reign No. 13- No Way Out 2009 In a WWE Championship Elimination Chamber Match, Triple H heroically survived a battle with then-WWE Champion Edge, as well as Undertaker, Big Show, Vladimir Kozlov, and Jeff Hardy to obtain the gold at No Way Out 2009. Not only did the victory give The Game his 13th World Championship, but also a record eight WWE Championship reigns, more than The Rock, Hulk Hogan, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Bret Hart, and many other legendary Superstars. Match recap | Exclusive video of The Game's win | Reign No. 13 Photos REIGN NO. 1: TRIPLE H vs. MANKIND, AUG. 23, 1999 "This was the ultimate moment -- finally reaching the pinnacle of the business." -Triple H One night after SummerSlam, Triple H defeated Mankind for his first-ever reign as WWE Champion. This Monday Night RAW classic also featured Shane McMahon as special referee. Prior to the match, an enraged Triple H declared that Foley robbed him of his rightful championship at SummerSlam. The Cerebral Assassin declared that he'd break RAW announcer Jim Ross' arm if he wasn't granted an immediate championship opportunity. Fearing for Goole Ole J.R., Mick Foley granted The Game's wish. But the gesture resulted in the loss of his championship, as Triple H began his first-ever world championship reign. REIGN NO. 2: SIX-PACK CHALLENGE, SEPT. 26, 1999 "After getting screwed out of the title, this proved it wasn't a one-time thing. I was at the top to stay." -Triple HWhen Mr. McMahon vacated the WWE Championship on Sept. 20, 1999, a Six Pack Challenge was scheduled for Unforgiven, where the winner of the match would be declared the WWE Champion. Included in the match were The Rock, the British Bulldog, Big Show, Mankind, Kane and Triple H. In the end, The Game forced The Rock's shoulders to the mat for a three-count, capturing his second WWE Championship. REIGN NO. 3: TRIPLE H VS. BIG SHOW, JAN. 3, 2000 "This was a giant win, toppling the 7-foot, 500-pound Big Show. It's a feat not many can claim." -Triple H Triple H's second reign as WWE Champion was going smoothly until he ran into the largest athlete in the world at the 1999 Survivor Series. It was there that Big Show stripped The Game of the WWE Championship. Less than two months later on an episode of Monday Night Raw, Triple H got his revenge on Big Show and won back the WWE Championship, marking the beginning of his third reign. REIGN NO. 4: TRIPLE H VS. THE ROCK, MAY 21, 2000 "The Rock and I had parallel careers in a lot of ways. As rookies, we wrestled for the Intercontinental Championship. We battled when The Rock was in the Nation and I was in DX. Then, we had the ultimate rivalry over the world championship. This one meant a lot because not only did I beat The Rock, but I did it in a 60-minute WWE Iron Man Match - a match that most men can't even comprehend being in." -Triple H Triple H wasted little time getting his revenge on The Rock -- the man who defeated The Game for the WWE Championship just three weeks earlier. At the Judgment Day pay-per-view, Triple H defeated The Rock in a WWE Iron Man Match to capture his fourth WWE Championship. The victory, however, was not without controversy. A returning Undertaker took to the ring toward the end of the match. The Deadman destroyed almost everybody at ringside, which also included Shane, Stephanie and Mr. McMahon. Special referee Shawn Michaels disqualified The Rock as a result of Undertaker's actions, giving Triple H a 6-5 edge and the WWE Championship REIGN NO. 5: TRIPLE H VS. CHRIS JERICHO, MARCH 17, 2002 "Winning at WrestleMania is the ultimate moment. But it was extra-special for me because it was the defining moment of my comeback from a career-ending quad tear." -Triple H In a span of two devastating days, Triple H lost the Intercontinental Championship to Kane at Judgment Day and then lost the tag titles the following night. In that match, Triple H tore his left quadriceps muscle completely off the bone. Yet, "The Game" found the heart to finish the bout. It took Triple H eight months of hellacious rehab before he would return. Triple H came back on a special edition of Raw at MSG, and he followed that up by winning the 2002 Royal Rumble Match, earning an opportunity at the world championship. The Game became the Undisputed WWE Champion at WrestleMania X8, where he defeated Chris Jericho at Toronto's SkyDome. The Game's reign on top barely lasted a month before being upended by Hulk Hogan in April. REIGN NO. 6: WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION, SEPT. 2, 2002 "This was Eric Bischoff basically saying what was the truth, which was that 'there is nobody in this business who is champion more than Triple H. He defines what being a champion is, and that's why I made him champion.' It's the ultimate show of respect." -Triple H Prior to Sept. 2, 2002, WWE recognized only one World Champion, and that champion represented both Raw and SmackDown. Just after SummerSlam, however, champion Brock Lesnar inked a deal to become exclusive to SmackDown, leaving Raw without a champion. Raw General Manager Eric Bischoff then declared that since Lesnar had left for SmackDown that Raw needed its own champion. So with that, he opened a briefcase and pulled out the old WCW Championship and gave it to Triple H, naming him the first World Heavyweight Champion. Upset that Triple H was merely handed the championship, Ric Flair disputed the decision noting that he was a 16-time Champion and not once had anything handed to him. Triple H agreed to face Flair later that evening in his first title defense. The Nature Boy gave it a valiant effort, but "The Game" hit the Pedigree for the pin. REIGN NO. 7: THREE STAGES OF HELL, DEC. 15, 2002 "Shawn and I have had a long history - best of friends, worst of enemies. But any time we've been in the ring together, whether on the same side or opposites, it's been magic. This one was no different. To beat one of the greatest performers in history of our business, this one meant a lot. -Triple HTriple H and Shawn Michaels had already fought in an unsanctioned Street Fight and in an Elimination Chamber Match, so it was only fitting that their Armageddon match for the World Heavyweight Championship was two-out-of-three falls. Adding to the intrigue, the first fall was a Street Fight, the second fall was a Steel Cage Match and the third fall was a Ladder Match. Triple H was able to pick up the all-important first fall in the Street Fight after he hit Michaels with the Pedigree. Michaels bounced back in the Steel Cage Match and pinned Triple H after he connected on a splash through a table. Everything looked like it was lining up for HBK as his specialty, the Ladder Match, would decide the contest. But The Game came to play and as both Superstars were climbing the ladder, Triple H shoved HBK off, causing him to fall through a group of tables. Triple H continued his ascent up the ladder and grabbed the World Heavyweight Championship. Triple H would go on to hold the championship for more than nine months, his longest reign to date. During this time he defended his championship against the likes of Kevin Nash, Booker T, Rob Van Dam, Kane and Big Poppa Pump Scott Steiner. REIGN NO. 8: TRIPLE THREAT MATCH, DEC. 14, 2003"If Goldberg was symbol of WCW at their time of greatness, then that night, I exposed WCW and Goldberg as being a fraud. Who's next? Unfortunately for you, me." -Triple H Goldberg had been mowing down the competition for more than two months, but he faced his biggest test at Armageddon in a Triple Threat Match against Triple H and Kane. In the end, the numbers game was too much for Goldberg. Kane was able to hit the Chokeslam on the champ, but before he could go for the pin, Batista pulled him out of the ring. Triple H took advantage of the situation and made the cover for the win and his eighth world championship. REIGN NO. 9: TRIPLE H VS. RANDY ORTON, SEPT. 12, 2004 "This was showing the student who was still the master." -Triple H Triple H couldn't bear to see anyone else with the World Heavyweight Championship, let alone one of his protégés, Randy Orton. So without even blinking, Triple H kicked Orton out of Evolution and immediately began his quest to reclaim the title. Orton put up an admirable fight, but Batista and Ric Flair proved to be too big of a distraction in the end, as Triple H was able to win his ninth world championship at Unforgiven. His championship reign lasted nearly three months before he was forced to vacate the title after a Monday Night Raw championship match ended in controversy. REIGN NO. 10: ELIMINATION CHAMBER, JAN. 9, 2005 "The most brutal structure in the world, but won by the greatest wrestler in the world." -Triple H The World Heavyweight Championship was vacated by RAW General Manager Eric Bischoff following a controversial Triple Threat Match. Bischoff then declared that the title would be up for grabs at New Year's Revolution in an Elimination Chamber. After entering the match third, Triple H outlasted the competition, and with the help of Ric Flair and a monster clothesline from Batista, Triple H pinned Randy Orton for his 10th world championship. Less than three months later, the cruel hand of irony would end Triple H's 10th reign; at WrestleMania 21, Triple H fell victim to the Batista Bomb and lost the championship to Batista, the very man who helped him win it at New Year's Revolution. 11. Results:Championship hot potato: Legend Killer's time comes after all By: Bryan Robinson October 7, 2007 CHICAGO - History was truly made at No Mercy - over and over again. The WWE Title changed hands twice, and when the smoke cleared, http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/raw/randyorton/ was WWE Champion. It was a roller coaster ride for both Orton and http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/smackdown/tripleh/. Both experienced the ecstasy of holding the http://wiki.answers.com/inside/titlehistory/wwechampionship/ and agony of losing the gold. At the beginning of the night, Orton was in his glory when he was awarded the WWE Championship by http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/raw/mrmcmahon/. It was the crowning moment in the career of the third-generation Superstar. It surpassed his becoming the youngest World Heavyweight Champion in WWE history in 2004. It was the culmination of a five-month campaign where he left the broken bodies of legends such as http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/raw/shawnmichaels/ and the "American Dream" http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/halloffame/dustyrhodes/ in his wake and tortured Cena mentally and physically. He finally had what he wanted, the WWE Championship - and then Triple H ruined it by challenging him and defeating him for the title. The Game had little time to celebrate his 11th World Championship. A vindictive Mr. McMahon threw challenge after challenge at him. He made his match against http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/smackdown/umaga/ a WWE Championship Match - which he barely won in a grueling battle. The Game was battered, exhausted, and barely able to lift his arm after the brutal battle with the http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/smackdown/umaga/. The Chairman and Orton obviously noticed how spent The King of Kings was; the Legend Killer opted to immediately exercise his option as a former champion and have his rematch for the title that night. And Mr. McMahon, in his longtime hatred for Triple H, smiled with delight as he informed his former son-in-law that the rematch would be in a Last Man Standing Match. As great as Triple H is, even he could not withstand a war with Umaga and two brutal battles with Orton on the same night. The Legend Killer had two hours to rest between his matches with Triple H; The Game had no real time to heal from his wounds and rest. In many ways, by choosing to exercise his rematch clause at the time he did, Orton showed Triple H that he learned his lessons well when The Game mentored him when they were teammates in Evolution. He saw The Game was weakened and seized his opportunity. In addition, Orton was determined to exorcise the Triple H championship demon once and for all. Triple H ruined Orton's first http://wiki.answers.com/inside/titlehistory/worldheavyweight/ in 2004 when he kicked him out of Evolution and defeated him for the title only a month into his reign. The Game struck again tonight when he took the WWE Championship from Orton barely 20 minutes after he was awarded the title. Orton must have thought he was reliving an absolute nightmare, and he desperately wanted to wake up. The third-generation Superstar's desperation showed in his Last Man Standing Match. Perspiration poured down his face as he rained blows down on The Game. He capitalized on the injuries Umaga had inflicted earlier that night and opened a gash in The Game's head. But Triple H fought valiantly. At times he appeared on the verge of a miraculous third victory in one night. But Orton would not be denied in his second match, and outlasted The Game to win the WWE Championship after a thunderous RKO on the announcers' table. After the match, Orton made no apologies for capitalizing on Triple's injuries. "When you're in WWE, you're on another level," he said. "It doesn't matter if you wrestled twice in one night, twice in one week or if you rehabbed [your injury] for 10 months. Rules are rules, matches are matches, stipulations are stipulations. Mr. McMahon made the match, and I won." Orton breathed a long sigh of relief as he clutched the gold. He outsmarted The Cerebral Assassin, and the WWE Championship was his. Orton said his time has finally come. "This means that I have finally broken through," Orton said. "I have always been good, but now I'm at the top, and nothing's going to stop me." The era of the Legend Killer has finally begun - and Orton can finally enjoy it. But perhaps he better keep looking over his shoulder for a vengeful Game. http://wiki.answers.com/ http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/ http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/raw/ http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/raw/tripleh/ http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/raw/tripleh/triplehtheking/ Reign No. 12 Photos 13. Results:Regaining the throne By: Mitch Passero February 15, 2009 SEATTLE - Just as he did at Now Way Out in 2008, http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/smackdown/tripleh/ outlasted five other Superstars to emerge victorious from the Elimination Chamber. The win earned him http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/smackdown/edge/'s http://wiki.answers.com/inside/titlehistory/wwechampionship/ and made The Game a 13-time World Champion. (WATCH: Post-match interview | PHOTOS) To get the win, The Game pinned http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/smackdown/undertaker/ after a hard-hitting Pedigree in the brutal encounter that found both Superstars the final contestants battling for Edge's title. But, regaining gold was no easy task. The Cerebral Assassin had to do battle with http://wiki.answers.com/shows/smackdown/'s elite Superstars who all wanted gold, including Undertaker, http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/smackdown/bigshow/, http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/smackdown/vladimirkozlov/ and http://wiki.answers.com/superstars/smackdown/jeffhardy/. Surprisingly, The Rated-R Superstar was eliminated early in the match by Hardy. Edge and Hardy were the first combatants to do battle. In less than five minutes, Hardy pinned the Rated-R Superstar and immediately made it known - the WWE Championship was there for the taking. (Later in the night, the Ultimate Opportunist regained gold as a surprise entrant in the http://wiki.answers.com/inside/titlehistory/worldheavyweight/ Elimination Chamber Match. Results) The undefeated Kozlov was the next to enter the fray, followed by Big Show, Triple H and finally Undertaker. In a war of SmackDown's big http://wiki.answers.com/Q/l, Kozlov was the first to go down at the hands of The Phenom. Next, The Game took out Big Show after Hardy left The World's Largest Athlete stunned from a Swanton Bomb. Then, The Deadman downed Hardy with a Tombstone. With the four Superstars eliminated, The Cerebral Assassin and The Phenom squared off for gold. After a brutal back-and-forth struggle, it was The Game who reigned supreme. As the Road to http://wiki.answers.com/shows/wrestlemania/history/2008/ continues, The King of Kings awaits who will look to try to knock him from his throne.
Triple H has won the following titles in the WWE.
1. 8 time WWE Champion
2. 5 time World Heavyweight Champion
3. 2 time European champion
4. 5 time Intercontinental champion
5. 2 time WWE Tag Team Champion
The WWE Championship, the Intercontinental Championship, and the World Heavyweight Championship. Also the Unified Tag Team Titles w/ HBK ( DX )
Triple H has won a total of 23 championships in the WWE/F.
He is a 13 time world champ he won the world heavyweight title 5 time's
only one in 2002
Never. Matt hardy has never won the WWE title or the World Heavyweight Title. He has won the United States Championship, European Title and the WWE Tag Team Title.
Bill Goldberg has won the World Heavyweight Title twice.His first title reign came on July 6th 1998 in WCW when he defeated Hollywood Hulk Hogan for the belt in Atlanta, Georgia. He would hold the title until December 27th 1998 when Kevin Nash beat him with the help of Scott Hall and a cattle-prod in Washington D.C.His second title reign came on September 21st 2003 in the WWE when he defeated Triple H for the belt in Hershey Pennsylvania. He held the title until December 14th 2003 when Triple H regained the belt in a Triple Threat match with Kane in Orlando Florida.In WCW Kevin Nash killed off most of Goldberg's heat when he beat him with a cattle-prod and in the WWE Triple H killed off Goldberg heat when he beat him during the Summerslam Elimination Chamber when he hit Goldberg with a sledgehammer. In both cases Goldberg's heat was cooled because of the other man's egos - meaning that Nash couldn't stand to let Goldberg continue to be on the top and Triple H was scared that Goldberg would steal his top spot so had to beat him first.
Christian has won Intercontinental Championship 3 times, Tag Team Championship 9 times. 1 with Chris Jericho, 7 with Edge and 1 with Lance Storm, World Heavyweight Championship 1 time, WWF European Championship 1 time, WWF Light Heavyweight Championship 1 time, ECW Championship 2 times. He is a Twenty Third Triple Crown Champion and Eleventh Grand Slam Champion.
actually edge has won the WWE championship 9 times
He won it 72 times.
he won the intercontinental title 5 times
Triple H first won the Intercontinetal Title.
Triple H won his first title in october of 1996 when he won the intercontinental championship, he won his first world title in august 1999 when he won the wwe title
Steve has won the World title six times.
They have won it three times.
how many times has Lionel messi won the la liga title