Arsenal Played WWE Star Triple H's Theme Song at Emirates, During Liverpool Win
By Ebubenews | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 2 views
Arsenal came out of their changing room for the second half against Liverpool with the sound of WWE star Triple H's theme song tune blaring. Supporters went for the tune and it seemed to inspire mikel Arteta's troops who hold on to their 2-1 lead to inflict the Red's third defeat of the season.
The Emirates stadium's system blasted out motorhead's the game just as the Gunners stars jogged back into the field after the interval.
Not surprisingly, fans were delighted to hear the tune. Which was recorded specifically for the wrestling superstar as the Arsenal side got ready for the next 45 minutes.
Many supporters joked that mikel Arteta could be bringing on the legendary wrestler to bolster his sides. Some fans figured the song had done the truck as the Gunners notched up a big win over, Thanks to some catastrophic defending from the champions.
Virgil van Dijk's blunder allowed Alexandre lacazette to equalize before the French striker turned provider.
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