WWE and the Muscular Dystrophy Association announced that Triple H, a 13-time World Champion, is the newest member of the MDA's Muscle Team, a group of celebrity activists dedicated to building awareness for MDA. The Game will begin appearing in print, video, radio and digital public service advertisements for MDA's new "Make A Muscle, Make A Difference" campaign in August. (PHOTOS | WATCH)
As a proud member of the MDA Muscle Team, Triple H joins a diverse and growing group of celebrities including: Alison Sweeney, host of NBC's "The Biggest Loser"; Kurt Warner, former NFL quarterback; Nancy O'Dell, former "Access Hollywood" host; Booboo Stewart, star of "The Twilight Saga: Eclipse" movie; Wynonna Judd, country music recording artist; Ace Young, "American Idol" finalist; Brandon Barash, star of ABC's "General Hospital" and Gold Medal Olympians Bart Conner and Nadia Comaneci, all of whom are dedicated to building awareness for MDA in 2010 and beyond.
"I am honored to partner with MDA in advancing their lifesaving mission for those affected by debilitating muscle diseases," stated Triple H. "As a member of the Muscle Team, I am truly inspired by the perseverance these adults and kids demonstrate every day in overcoming the challenges of muscular dystrophy."
Joining Triple H in some of the PSAs is Max LaCaria, an 11-year old from Arizona who has limb-girdle muscular dystrophy. (WATCH) While at the photo and video shoot for the campaign, Triple H presented Max with an official WWE Championship replica title.
"There's no discounting the importance of having Triple H as a member of the MDA Muscle Team," said Gerald C. Weinberg, MDA President & CEO. "He's already energizing fans as champions for MDA both in and out of the ring. And, while everyone is amazed by Triple H's incredible physical strength, it pales when compared to the strength of his caring heart."