Lemmy was the frontman of Motörhead, and he was a rock n roll legend. Sadly, the man passed away on December 28, 2015, and Triple H will never forget his friend. He sent a touching tribute to him on the 8-year anniversary of his passing.

Lemmy played a significant role in WWE through his collaboration with Triple H. The partnership reached its peak with Motörhead recording “The Game,” an entrance theme for Triple H. The song became associated with Triple H’s entrances, complementing his dominant persona.

Triple H saw that today was the 8-year anniversary of Lemmy’s passing. He sent out a photo of them together, along with a touching caption.

“His music defined a genre and, to this day, my career. I miss my friend.”


Lemmy’s distinctive vocals and Motörhead’s intense sound provided a fitting musical accompaniment to Triple H’s presence in the wrestling world. That bond obviously didn’t diminish when Lemmy passed away, and it gave way to a touching tribute.

We will have to see when WWE fans hear Lemmy’s voice again. He is still Triple H’s entrance music, so odds are they won’t have to wait long.

We will never forget Lemmy, and everything he did for WWE and the rock n roll world. For more updates like this, and so many more, please keep checking back with us here at Ringside News.

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Felix Upton

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