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Triple H Pays Subtle Tribute to MOTORHEAD's Lemmy During WrestleMania Last Night

For his buddy "Lem"

For his buddy "Lem"

If you were able to sit through six hours of WrestleMania (including the pre-show) in time to get to the main event, for the WWE World Heavyweight championship, you may have noticed a subtle tribute by Triple H to his favorite rock star and friend, Lemmy Kilmister of Motorhead.

If you missed it, Trips posted a photo on Instagram of it:

Triple H's friendship with Lemmy "Lem" Kilmister obviously goes back a long way. He had the band record three different entrance themes for him and even convinced Lemmy to do a cover of The Rolling Stones' "Sympathy for the Devil," which became the soundtrack to the promos for his main event match with Roman Reigns. Triple H is known for his metal entrances (a few years ago he came out to Metallica's "For Whom The Bell Tolls" and this year, they really went for a Game of Thrones vibe:

As for my thoughts on WrestleMania, I did enjoy the show, although I disagreed with a few finishes and wasn't exactly happy that the Wyatts were jobbed out again. By the time the main event rolled around, I was fatigued and ready for the show to end. But I had a great time. I'll be talking a lot about it on this week's edition of the Squared Circle Pit with special guest Jamey Jasta. I should have that posted on Thursday.

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