Details On Triple H's New Performer's Contract - When It Went Into Effect, How Long It Lasts, Compensation, Dates

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Triple H is working under a new performer's contract that went into effect on January 1, 2012 and expires on March 30, 2016.

As part of the agreement, Hunter will be paid $1 million for each year under the deal and will be limited to 180 days per year unless it is agreed upon by both parties to extend. His contract also stipulates he cannot perform in any capacity for a "martial arts" organization while under contract.

This information was revealed in WWE's 10-K report for 2011 that can be read at this link.

  • Chad

    1 million dollars for only having to show up on tv for half of the year…..not a bad gig

  • havoc525

    Really, Triple H can’t work martial arts? Damn, guess we’ll mis him in UFC.

    • Da KiDD

      lmaooooo, funniest comment i've seen in quite sometime! I love when people are facetious!

  • mathew30

    as far as im aware the stipulation about martila arts is pointless sicne he cant see martila arts as a threat or as a viable business, and for a second there i actually thought we had a mistake for soembody elses contract

    • British bulldog forever

      Your spelling errors make my eyes hurt

      • mathew30

        welcome to the world of dyslexia

  • I guess Triple H will retire in 2016 then at that wrestlemania…

    • Leg on the bottom rope, again

      Great that will b the end of hhh v undertaker….

  • Mike L

    Wrestlemania XXXII for Triple H and Wrestlemania XXX for the Undertaker (its a guess, but a good guess). And, hopefully, Summerslam 2012 for John Cena.

  • MonsterMike42

    Yeah, because 40-something year old Triple H is going to try MMA. Who does he think he is, Batista?

    • Hardy

      Triple h is what 41? I doubt he is going to go into MMA aha, specially when he is part of the McMahon family and wwe! But it’s good to see he can still perform from time to time.

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    • XKonn247

      I feel like being anal. Hes 42 🙂

  • Chris_Storm

    While I understand that this is a public document. Are Hunter's personal finances really any business of non-stockholders?