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Along with John Cena, Triple H is arguably one of the most divisive men in the WWE.
His success is undeniable—a 13-time World Champion, a former King of the Ring and Royal Rumble winner, as well as the special honor of being both a Triple Crown and Grand Slam Champion.
However, his methods of achieving such success have often come into question.
As a huge fan of Triple H, I don’t necessarily agree with some of the criticism The Game tends to garner, but it’s this criticism that makes him less popular in the eyes of many.
His ability to draw lies mainly in the fact that he is a fantastic worker and in-ring storyteller, and has a history of putting on some of the best matches on the big stage.
However his lack of mainstream success somewhat hinders his star-power, while there is also an argument that he is merely the WWE’s go-to-guy when they need a big name to put on a program with another big-drawing star.
As Jim Cornette says, Triple H is usually “the guy who works with the guy who draws the money”.
Thus, The Game is perhaps not necessarily one of the top drawers that the WWE can rely upon.