Triple H gives Arsenal his blessing to use his theme music 1 month ago

Triple H gives Arsenal his blessing to use his theme music

It's time to play the game

WWE Legend Triple H has said he doesn't mind Arsenal coming out to entrance music - as long as they don't lose.

In July, fans watching at home spotted that Arsenal were coming to Triple H's entrance music.

 

"What better thing for Arsenal to have blaring over a loud-speaker system than Lemmy of Motorhead screaming 'Time to play the game'? There's nothing better than that," replied Triple H when asked about the song being played at the Emirates

"All they have to do at that point is to go out and back it up. Any time you can connect that fanbase to me it's a great opportunity for everybody, and I'm thrilled."


"Thank you for doing it, and just make sure you win when you play my music. That's all."

 

Motorhead have often been cited as one of Triple H's favourite bands, and The Game got the British heavy metal icons to record several entrance themes for over the years before lead singer Lemmy Kilmister death in 2015.

The band even played Triple H to the ring twice at Wrestlemania, in 2001 and again in 2005.

And yes. Triple H is supposedly a West Ham United fan.


This isn't the first time a Premier League team has caused a stir over a WWE wrester's entrance theme.

In 2013, current NXT tag champ Fandango became involved in a Twitter spat with Everton after they refused to play his music at Goodison.

It all ended amicably however, as they relented and did play his theme music. And Fandango did also take up the offer to visit Goodison in 2014 when he was in the UK.