Does Triple H still have a performers contract with the WWE? The 14 time World Champion’s last TV appearance came this year in January on an episode of RAW.
Triple H has had a legendary career with the WWE. Very few have achieved what he has and very few still will ever scale the mountains he did. He joined the WWE all the way back in 1995.More than two and a half decades later, he is still with the promotion.
The 14-time World Champion is no longer in active pursuit of titles in the WWE anymore. Instead, he is busy building the next generation of stars who will pursue all the gold the promotion has to offer. What about the Game \himself though? Is he done with his in ring career? Or will he see him in a WWE ring once again?
Does Triple H still have a performers contract with the WWE?
According to the recently released Schedule 14A paperwork from WWE, Triple H still has a performer’s contract. His current contract runs until March 30, 2022. However, his contract will automatically renew for successive one-year periods unless the WWE or Triple H choose not to within 90 days of the expiry of the contract.
“We have a booking agreement with Mr. Levesque (Triple H’s real name) which currently runs until March 30, 2022, and thereafter extends for successive one-year periods unless either party gives notice of nonextension at least 90 days prior to the expiration date. Under this agreement, Mr. Levesque is entitled to a minimum guaranteed annual payment of $1 million which the Company is entitled to recoup from all payments under the agreement including pay for performing in live and televised events and royalties for merchandise sold utilizing Mr. Levesque’s name and/or likeness.”
Triple H’s last appearance on WWE TV came earlier in January this year when he replaced Drew McIntyre in the main event of RAW against Randy Orton. Triple H’s last major appearance was also against Randy Orton in a match at Super ShowDown back in 2019.
Wit every passing year it is getting increasingly unlikely that he will ever return to the ring. Knowing that he still has a performers contract however, gives credence to the fact that he may at least have one final farewell match in him.
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