HHH Talks About His New Book, Blade Trinity; more

Daniel Edler

— Chris Yandek had the opportunity to do an interview with Triple H to discuss his new book Making The Game Triple H’s Approach to a Better Body, tips to eating right while on the road away from home, basic training, friendship with Ric Flair, his marriage with Stephanie McMahon, his quad injury today and the rehab, WWE locker room attitude, his movie Blade Trinity and other acting roles, steroids in other sports and the government getting involved, HHH getting favoritism by Vince McMahon, and where the future of the wrestling business is going. Below are a couple of exerpts from the interview:

Your book Making The Game Triple H’s Approach to a Better Body is not just a book about being fit, but it also is a book about your wrestling book and making it in the business. Tell me about how you were able to put both in the book.

“They kind of incorporate each other because I get asked by a lot of guys on the road about how to get in shape. I wanted to do that part of the book, but I also believed in my life that I started bodybuilding when I was 14. I believe that the things that you learn in the gym you can apply to other aspects of your life. I believe that I have used those things in my life to get me to where I am in the wrestling business, Hollywood, and all those things that I have accomplished. I have used all those things I have learned from the gym to get there you know.”

You got an acting role in the movie Blade Trinity. Do you think it will be tough to stay around WWE full time if you get more roles or offers in movies like what happened with The Rock?

“You have the choice of what you want to do in life. While the movies are great wrestling is what I love to do. I am not planning on leaving it. I get offers to do movies all the time. The beautiful thing about the situation I am in is I can be selective and take the roles that are the best. I don’t have to make another movie right away. I can do it when I want. The Rock has gone from making one movie to the next movie. That isn’t what I want to do. If I make another movie this year that’s great, but if it takes me two, three, or four months away that’s ok. I will come back and wrestle for six months, ten months, or a year than I will make another movie. When the time is right I will make the movies and see how it goes. Physically I want to keep wrestling. That is what I love to do.”

— You can read and listen to the interview at www.neweraofwrestling.com.

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