Triple h
Triple H
Paul Michael Levesque
  • Birthdate: 07/27/1969 (age 45)
  • Height: 6'4"
  • Weight: 255lb

Hunter Hearst Helmsley is an American business ...

Read More »
WrestleMania Moment Series #3 with Diamond Dallas Page

Host: Duane Doogan & iTunes

DDP was the third guest in the daily series leading up to WrestleMania where we talk with those who have been there and discuss their WrestleMania Moments. DDP talked about watching WrestleMania I along with predictions for this year, what young WWE Superstar he's been talking with and of course, his 'Mania Moments.

On his WrestleMania Moment: "Before I went to WCW, I drove the pink Cadalac at WrestleMania VI. I didn't get the gig driving, it my car that got the gig and I just did the Diamond Dallas Chauffeur routine and 11 years later to be on that stage, and that was my goal, I needed to work at WrestleMania and whenever I set a goal I'd achieve it. I should of set my goal to main event WrestleMania (laughs), but it was still a lot of fun and getting to work with Christian, everybody knows my time in WWE wasn't all that great but that night in Canada, that WrestleMania moment going against Christian, who I think is one of the best workers in the business. He was from Toronto, he could of worked the crowd and played the babyface, but he played heel and he played it to the max and allowed me to play the babyface and that match for under 10 minutes, I challenge anyone to show me a better match (that night) minute for minute, it's like 9 minutes and change and you tell me a more believable, more hard-hitting, story-telling match and we had the people in the palm of our hand and we didn't even have much on our angle."

On why he believes Triple H will end the streak: "I have the same record of being undefeated at WrestleMania as the Undertaker, granted he's 19-0 but I'm undefeated (laughs), but I gotta put my money on Triple H, he's gotta still be there, 'Taker has had the best run anyone could ever imagine and my money says Triple H, I could be wrong and he might go 20-0, but Triple H has still got 20 years sitting in that seat, the way they played it last year he pretty much ended it right there."

John Cena or The Rock: "I'm gonna go with Cena, The Rock doesn't have to win any matches, in his career he lost a lot of matches and today I'm picking Cena, but the smart money goes on Jericho (beating CM Punk)."