Triple H talks about Daniel Cormier



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Triple H talks about Daniel Cormier

Triple H is a fourteen-time world champion, having won the WWF / E Championship nine times and the World Heavyweight Championship five times. He was the first World Heavyweight Champion, having received the title in September 2002, he won the King of the Ring (1997), the Royal Rumble (2002 and 2016) and was the second Grand Slam Championship winner.

Outside of wrestling, he has made numerous film and television appearances. In WWF, Triple H gained industry fame after co-founding the influential D-Generation X stable, which became a major element of the "Attitude Era" in the 1990s.

Triple H on Daniel Cormier

After winning his first WWF Championship in 1999, he became a fixture of the company's main event scene and was widely regarded as the best wrestler in North America by the turn of the millennium.

Triple H has headlined several major WWE pay-per-view events, closing the company's flagship annual event, WrestleMania, on seven occasions. Speaking with TMZ Sports, The Game talked about Daniel Cormier: “I love Daniel.

We’ve obviously talked a lot in the past. We’ve had conversations about him doing stuff with us in the past, whether that’s in-ring or whether that’s commentary or doing different things. But he’s doing what he’s doing.

And if he decides that he’s done or wants to leave UFC, yeah, I mean, I love him. Every time we see him, we have a great conversation. I think the last time I saw him in person was we were at the ESPYs on red carpet. We talked for a while, and I think he just — he’s just an entertainer.

He’s a natural born entertainer, and I think that that comes out in his personality, even thought sometimes when it’s in the fight zone, it’s different. But when he’s on cans doing commentary or whatever, he’s just a good.

And I think that’s what makes him good at commentary. And I think that’s what makes him good at commentary. He’s like a guy like, ‘I’d like to sit on my couch and watch a fight with him. To me, that’s what makes commentary and all those things good.

People you’d want to hang out and sit down and watch something with. So, I think he’s great. I think we’d love to do something with him if the time is right — obviously, respectful to UFC and to Dana and everything else, but yeah, we’d love to chat with him."