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