AceShowbiz - Triple H has thanked everyone for their support after he suffered a cardiac event.
The WWE legend - whose real name is Paul Levesque - is continuing to recover after it was revealed earlier this month that he'd undergone a procedure following the incident, which was caused by a "genetic issue."
Taking to Twitter on Tuesday night (21Sep21), he wrote, "I've been blown away by the outreach and support from so many people. I'm recovering, doing well, & deeply grateful for all the love in my life."
"Especially grateful for @ShawnMichaels & all the Superstars & crew @WWENXT! (Steph and the girls loved the snacks!). See you soon. (sic)"
It's the first time the 52-year-old star - who serves as the company's Executive Vice President, Global Talent Strategy and Development and also runs the NXT 2.0 brand - has spoken out since the incident was revealed.
Earlier this month, WWE said in a statement, "Paul Levesque, a.k.a. Triple H, underwent a successful procedure last week at Yale New Haven Hospital following a cardiac event."
"The episode was caused by a genetic heart issue and Paul is expected to make a full recovery."
Plenty of his current and former co-workers sent messages of support after the news broke.
Hall of Famer Mick Foley said, "Wishing @TripleH a full and speedy recovery. Get well soon, Trips!"
NXT star Franky Monet posted the prayer hands emoji and added, "Sending all the positive vibes your way @TripleH."
All Elite Wrestling (AEW) star Andrade El Idolo - who left WWE earlier this year - wrote, "Stay strong Sir @Triple H. (sic)"
While Omos - who worked with Triple H at the Performance Center in Orlando, Florida before being called up to WWE's "Raw" brand - tweeted, "Wishing you a speedy recovery!!"
The wrestling legend is sure to be inducted into the Hall of Fame in his own right one day, while he's already been honoured as a member of D-Generation X in 2019, and he boasts 14 world championship reigns, as well as runs with the Intercontinental, European and tag team titles.
His is also a two-time Royal Rumble winner, and he won the King of the Ring tournament in 1997.