Triple H's daughter started wrestling training

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Triple H's daughter started wrestling training

One of the most important and influential pro-wrestling world couples of all time is certainly the one formed by the multiple WWE world champion, Triple H and his wife Stephanie McMahon, youngest daughter of the federation chairman, Vince.

The two have now been married for almost 20 years and have three daughters, the oldest of whom is already 15 years old. According to what was reported in several interviews by both moms Stephanie and dad Hunter, the eldest of their daughters is said to have clear ideas about what her job will be when she grows up, that is to enter the family company, not only as a wrestler but also as an executive chief, taking the place of her grandfather, in command of the entire company.

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In her latest interview, WWE CBO Stephanie McMahon wanted to tell a little more about her daughters, with the eldest's future now outlined. Speaking to TalkSport, Steph said: “We have three daughters, Triple H and me, they are 15, 13 and 11.

Our oldest when she was only 8 told us' Mom, I don't want to do your job when I grow up. Dad, I don't want to do your job when I grow up. I want to do grandpa's job. 'So just like her grandfather, she wants to be the boss, so we'll see what happens with our eldest daughter, who has already started her first training in the ring.

Our youngest daughter is also very interested, but she has a great temper and a great personality (laughter ed). Oh my God, I can't wait to know what she will do in her future of hers." Apparently, that of pro-wrestling is a dedication for the whole McMahon family, with the daughters of the Triple and Stephanie McMahon, who seem to want to follow in the footsteps of their parents and grandparents, in the world of discipline, without straying too far from it.

Rob Van Dam (RVD) admits he felt “horrible” after accidentally injuring Triple H in an Elimination Chamber match at WWE Survivor Series 2002. Speaking in the episode, RVD recalled how the top of the Elimination Chamber pods did not have springs like the top rope.

As a result, he misjudged his landing and accidentally caught Triple H in the neck with his shin. “It was not an easy calculation, and I was off. I think I overshot a little bit and, as I was coming down, my shin came right across his throat.

I felt horrible about it, but of course, he continued the match to the point where I don’t remember even knowing that he was hurt, at least not that bad,” RVD said.