10 Worst Things Triple H Ever Did (In Wrestling)

Triple H has enjoyed a career like no other in the professional wrestling business. He's a 14-time World Champion who's succeeded in portraying completely different gimmicks throughout his career.

Of course, The Game is also married to Stephanie McMahon, the daughter of WWE chairman Vince McMahon. He's now running the company alongside his father-in-law, and the company will be in good hands under his guidance for many years to come.

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Triple H had to perform many merciless, heinous, and savage acts throughout his career to obtain legendary status. There are hundreds, if not thousands, that can be classified as horrid and nasty. But here are the 10 absolute worst things that he's done as a wrestler.

10 Throwing Mick Foley Through Steel Cage Roof

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Mick Foley (Mankind) became a legend when he legitimately risked his body and life at the 1998 King of the Ring pay-per-view when he let Undertaker throw him off the top of the cell. Of course, everyone remembers the incident where 'Taker also choke slammed him through the roof of the cell (which wasn't supposed to happen).

Well, Foley put on yet another show when he faced Triple H (while portraying the Cactus Jack character) in a Hell in a Cell match at No Way Out 2000. During the match, The Game flipped Cactus Jack over top of him - and the latter crashed right through the roof once again. Triple H emerged victorious, and as part of the stipulation and storyline, Cactus Jack had to retire following the loss.

9 Attacking The Rock While In A Casket

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The Undertaker faced The Rock in a Casket match on the May 17, 1999 episode of Raw Is War. Triple H interfered and helped Undertaker throw The Rock in the casket to win the match.

But that wasn't the end of it. With the People's Champion locked in the casket, Triple H took his signature sledgehammer weapon and proceeded to smash it right against the casket, causing further pain and brutality towards the Rock.

Just leave the guy alone, Triple H. He had enough.

8 Intruding Randy Orton's House

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Triple H had rekindled his feud with former Evolution partner Randy Orton in 2009 - along with the latter's sidekicks in Ted DiBiase and Cody Rhodes (The Legacy). The Cerebral Assassin made it more personal when he visited Orton at his home during the March 9, 2009 episode of Raw.

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Wielding a sledgehammer, Triple H invaded the Orton family household - and the two engaged in a destructive brawl. The Game capped it off by throwing The Viper right through the window and into the backyard. Police showed up and arrested Triple H before things could get even more chaotic.

7 The "Bounty" On Goldberg

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Two years after WCW was bought out, Goldberg signed with the WWE in 2003 and engaged in a feud with Triple H. Goldberg would defeat The Game at Unforgiven 2003 to become the new World Heavyweight Champion, and Triple H was desperate to conquer the unstoppable force.

So during the Sept. 29, 2003 episode of Raw, Triple H placed a $100,000 bounty on Goldberg. Batista answered the bell and took out Goldberg's ankle by trapping it in a steel chair. Evolution had found its enforcer, and the rest was history.

6 Betraying The Nature Boy

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Triple H missed several months of action in 2005 following his feud with Batista, needing time off to recovery from an injury. Even though he was portraying a heel character, The Game received true babyface treatment when he returned at WWE Raw Homecoming on Oct. 3, 2005.

There, Triple H reunited with Ric Flair, the final member from their Evolution stable. After the duo defeated Carlito and Chris Masters in a tag team match, Triple H brutally attacked the Nature Boy with a sledgehammer - thus turning heel once again. The two legends would feud for a short period following the shocking betrayal by Triple H.

What a heinous act after Flair stood by him - even after Batista and Orton had left the Evolution stable.

5 Kicking Randy Orton Out Of Evolution

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The point of Evolution was that Flair represented the past, Triple H the present and both Batista and Orton the future. Sure enough, Orton defeated Chris Benoit at SummerSlam 2004 to become the youngest World Heavyweight Champion ever. The future was now.

Orton successfully defended his title on the ensuing episode of Raw, and Evolution came out to congratulate him. However, a jealous Triple H gave the "thumbs down" signal to Orton - thus signaling his time in Evolution was up.

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Triple H, Batista, and Flair proceeded to brutally attack Orton until he was left bleeding and practically knocked out in the middle of the ring. Triple H simply turned his back on a young superstar that he had helped grow into a legend.

4 Breaking Big Show's Hand

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Triple H and Big Show were taking part in a contract signing on the Dec. 26, 2005 episode of Monday Night Raw to formally set up their match at the New Year's Resolution pay-per-view.

Things quickly got heated between the two superstars, and Triple H brought out his sledgehammer weapon to gain the advantage on the World's Largest Athlete. Triple H placed Big Show's hand on the steel steps then proceeded to hit it with a sledgehammer.

It was quite the merciless move by the Cerebral Assassin, and he went on to defeat Big Show at New Year's Resolution.

3 Throwing Shawn Michaels Into A Window

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Shawn Michaels came out of retirement and returned to the WWE in 2002, taking part in a feud with Triple H - his long-time friend and former D-Generation X counterpart.

During their feud, something horrendous happened to Michaels. While the latter was in the parking lot, somebody had come up from behind and smashed The Heartbreak Kid's face right into a car window.

Though Triple H denied any involvement and appeared sympathetic towards Michaels, surveillance video later revealed that he was the culprit all along. Triple H had committed the awful act to his long-time friend, and when he was got red-handed, The Cerebral Assassin started gloating about it.

2 Marrying Stephanie McMahon In Vegas Storyline

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Stephanie McMahon and Triple H have been happily married since 2003, but their real-life relationship was brought on-screen in a rather disturbing angle back in 1999.

Stephanie was in a storyline relationship with Test, and the two eventually got "engaged." However, Triple H presented a video that showed he had actually married Stephanie in Las Vegas. He conducted the whole plan by "drugging" Stephanie and performing the ceremony via a drive-through.

This would set the stage for Stephanie to eventually turn heel and begin an on-screen relationship with The Game.

1 1.Katie Vick Storyline

This is widely regarded as the most disturbing and sickening angle in WWE history, and rightfully so.

In late 2002, Triple H was involved in a storyline with Kane - and he revealed a horrible secret about the Big Red Machine. The Game claimed that Kane's fictional girlfriend, Katie Vick, had died while he was driving the car. Triple H then said that Kane performed disturbing acts with her corpse.

Later on, the footage was displayed. It was Triple H wearing a Kane mask and performing the horrible and disgusting acts. The angle was dropped in short time, and most of us have done our best to try and forget about this awful storyline.

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