West Ham fan Triple H responds to Premier League side playing his WWE Theme Song during FA Cup match vs Doncaster Rovers.
Let’s be honest. If there was ever going to be a football side that Triple H would support, it was going to be West Ham, isn’t it? The Game has himself said so that he supports the Hammers even if he doesn’t know too much about the sport.
The relationship between the two continues to grow with West Ham walking out to the WWE Legend’s entrance theme in the second half of their FA Cup match against Doncaster Rovers. Triple H caught wind of the tribute and acknowledged it on social media.
West Ham fan Triple H responds to Premier League side playing his WWE Theme Song during FA Cup
Triple responded to a tweet about West Ham’s tribute with two hammer emojis. He also shared the video of the West Ham players walking out to his music in the second half of their emphatic 4-0 win over Doncaster Rovers.
— Triple H (@TripleH) January 23, 2021
Triple H has compared West Ham and their fans to the WWE and their fans in the past.
‘West Ham is probably the closest to what we do, with the passion of their fan base and their loyalty, right? That’s the closest to what we do.’ Triple H had said of the Premier League side.
The Game had also previously urged Declan Rice to stay at the club when transfer rumors swirled.
In recent weeks, another London side, Arsenal, played Kurt Angle’s theme song during the second half of their match as well. The WWE Hall of Famer had an interesting comment regarding the unexpected but welcome tribute.
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