The 13-time world champion is currently in London, as WWE's developmental promotion NXT arrives at Wembley Stadium this evening for the big show of their UK tour.
As the founder of NXT, Triple H has been doing promotional work in the UK today, and with the action at Wembley, he has unsurprisingly been asked about football.
Some wrestlers have famous connections to football teams; Preston-born Wade Barrett is a huge Preston North End fan, Irishman Sheamus supports Liverpool whilst born-and-bred Geordie Neville unsurprisingly loves Newcastle United.
Triple H, real name Paul Levesque, was then asked which West Ham player could have a career in WWE - and he answered with giant striker Andy Carroll.
"West Ham is probably the closest to what we do - the passion of their fanbase and their loyalty," he said. "Maybe a player like Andy Carroll. He is tall, likes to play it tough with the opposition and has the right looks with the long hair. He could be interesting," he added.
Some Hammers fans may actually prefer to see Carroll in WWE than on a football pitch based on his recent form, especially given that former footballers Tim Wiese and Stuart Tomlinson have traded in football for a career in wrestling recently.