Watch Triple H Make A Surprise Appearance At Insane Championship Wrestling

The last 24 hours of professional wrestling highlighted just how incredible this business can be when everyone is working together. First, Chris Jericho made a shocking video appearance at New Japan Pro Wrestling’s Power Struggle event to challenge Kenny Omega to a match at Wrestle Kingdom 12 on January 4th.

If that wasn’t crazy enough, WWE’s Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events and Creative, Triple H, showed up at Insane Championship Wrestling’s Fight Club event in Cardiff, Wales.

WWE has been working with ICW for a while now. While the details of their business together are still fairly secretive, Triple H isn’t the first WWE employee to show up to, or even wrestle for, ICW. WWE’s United Kingdom Champion, Pete Dunne, has worked with ICW in the past, and even Finn Balor showed up at an ICW show last year.

Even still, having guys like Dunne and Balor appear at ICW events pales in comparison to having someone like Triple H show up. Both Dunne and Balor are known for their international wrestling careers. Both have wrestled for ICW, so it’s conceivable that they’d show up again. Triple H, though? That’s wild.

You can watch Triple H’s appearance for ICW in its entirety below:

Triple H grabbed the mic and gave both ICW and Progress a ton of credit for what they’ve been able to build over the years. “This is where it starts. We’re all no different. We all love this business. I’m no different than every one of you. I started out just a fan. Just loving this, thinking it was the coolest thing I’ve ever seen.”

While Triple H didn’t do anything of real significance at ICW’s event, he couldn’t have been more complimentary to the company and the UK wrestling scene as a whole. Regardless of what he did or didn’t do, though, seeing The Game in a non-WWE ring at this point is kind of surreal.

Triple H closed his appearance with a line that kind of doesn’t make sense when you consider the company he works for, but it is intriguing none the less. “People think the WWE is the biggest, you ain’t seen nothing yet.” What is that supposed to mean? I suppose we’ll find out soon.