Paul "Triple H’ Levesque recently did an interview with one of our sister-sites, ComingSoon.net, where he discussed his new movie, "The Chaperone", future projects, challenges in wrestling, WrestleMania and more. Below are a couple highlights from Triple H’s interview:
CS: Are there any more challenges in wrestling? There’s really not many wrestlers who’ve literally won every single belt possible.
Levesque: You know, from that standpoint, it’s not a challenge anymore. I just read an interview with The Rock the other day where he said why he went into Hollywood. He’d done everything he wanted to accomplish in the WWE. I kind of feel like I’ve done that, but I still just enjoy the process. It’s not for me about the challenge of, "Can I do this anymore?" It’s more now about the challenge of like, just going out there, and we’ll do WrestleMania and there’ll be 75,000 people, and if you can’t get a rush outta that, something’s wrong with you, you know? So, to me, that’s just fun.
CS: Do you still get a rush out of WrestleMania after doing it nine or ten times?
Levesque: Oh my God, yeah. It’s still a rush, and the adrenaline, and it’s performing. I mean, you can do fifty movies. If you still enjoy making movies, you enjoy making movies. I enjoy being in the ring and performing in front of fans. When I get the opportunity to do it, I have a lot of fun doing it. If I get the opportunity to do the right movie, I’ll have a lot of fun doing that. To me, at this point, I’ve got three kids and they come first, then everything else is just what I feel like I want to do, and what will I enjoy?