Triple H grants Wishes in London
LONDON -- Before battling John "Bradshaw" Layfield for the first time ever on Monday Night Raw in front of a sold out crowd at the O2 Arena, Triple H made three Make-A-Wish kids' dreams come true.
"What I like most about Triple H is that he's so funny," Charlie Fox Sanders, 10, of Swindon, Wiltshire, England, said to describe his favorite Superstar. "My funniest Triple H moment was when he and Shawn Michaels poured green slime on Mr. McMahon."
Ben Cudlip 16, of Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, England is another huge fan of The Game. He's been a devoted WWE fan since age 2.
"Triple H's accomplishments speak for him. He's won the World Championship 11 times. I'll say that's a pretty good record," Cudlip said about Triple H's influence on his life and the rest of sports-entertainment. Read more on Cudlip's visit at the Wiltshire Times...
The Game gave the WWE Circle of Champions kids "WrestleMania Revenge Tour" T-shirts, signed autographs and posed for photos with them and their families. Triple H brought smiles to the kids' faces and they returned the favor. When "The Cerebral Assassin" asked the "True Champs" what other Superstars they liked, Sanders and Mark Biggs, 18 of Cheshunt, Hertfordshire, England, both shouted out John Cena's name.
"What's up with you guys and John Cena? I'm sorry, but in two weeks at Backlash, I'm going to have to beat him," the 11-time World Champion declared with a grin on his face.
Over the past week, Triple H and other WWE Superstars have been entertaining fans in packed venues across Europe. For The Game, a long-time supporter of the Make-A-Wish Foundation and WWE's Circle of Champions, these latest wishes were especially meaningful.
"Anytime we get the opportunity to sit down with a kid whose big dream is to meet you... whether we're in the USA or any part of the world… to get the opportunity to put a smile on [their] faces and make them happy for that moment is an incredible feeling," The Game said proudly. "It never changes, no matter how many kids you meet, it's always a great experience."
Triple H added that he was very impressed by these Circle of Champions kids and their enthusiasm.
"They're all really great kids. WWE doesn't come here as often as we visit other places [in the United States], so for a lot of them it's their first opportunity to see wrestling [live] and to see WWE Superstars. It's a huge experience all around for them, so it's double the fun. I can tell they all were excited to be here tonight."