After the D-X melted, the Triple H's character became more stable, though no less effective, becoming the leader of the Evolution. Once the Evolution is dissolved, and after a short DX meeting, Triple H becomes the WWE Champion for the sixth time, and 10 years after winning the King of the Ring, he calls himself King of Kings, entering (in particular matches) dressed as a king.
The Game has also won a number of championships in his career, being a five-time Intercontinental Champion, a three-time world tag team champion (two World Tag Team Championship reigns, and one Unified WWE Tag Team Championship reign), a two-time European Champion, and a fourteen-time world champion, making him the company's seventh Triple Crown Champion and second Grand Slam Champion.
He is also a two-time Royal Rumble match winner, and a King of the Ring tournament winner. Later in his career, Triple H gained notability for his behind-the-scenes work at WWE, creating the developmental branch NXT, and gaining praise for his business acumen in professional wrestling.
Speaking with PWInsider and Mike Johnson, HHH reflected on trying to keep the NXT ship steady at the moment: “We’re doing good. Again, we’re like everybody else trying to deal with very stressful circumstances and trying to do the best with circumstances that are changing on a minute by minute basis.
If you go back a month ago and tell people that you’re in the situation that you’re in today, it’s almost unthinkable. But here we are. Over the last few weeks we’ve gone to doing all our shows without fans out of the Performance Center to the point of even, for the most part, doing WrestleMania that same way.
The decision to shift NXT slightly to not doing a Takeover separate and bringing Takeover and putting them onto the weekly episodic series really just came down to, I think, a decision of amount of content that needed to take place in a very short period of time leading into WrestleMania and everything else, and it just made sense for us to do it in a different factor”.