Arsenal came out of their changing room for the second half against Liverpool with the sound of WWE star Triple H’s theme tune blaring.
Supporters went wild for the tune and it seemed to inspire Mikel Arteta’s troops, who held on to their 2-1 lead to inflict the Reds’ third defeat of the season.
The Emirates Stadium’s PA system blasted out Motorhead’s The Game just as the Gunners stars jogged back onto 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 side.
One said: “Anyone else hear Triple H theme tune before the second half of the Arsenal v Liverpool game.
“Was expecting him to come storming down the tunnel spitting water every where.”
Another added: “Arsenal casually subbing on triple H.”
Some fans figured the song had done the trick as the Gunners notched up a big win over Liverpool, thanks to some catastrophic defending from the champions.
Virgil Van Dijk’s blunder allowed Alexandre Lacazette to equalise before the French striker turned provider.
He capitalised on Alisson’s poor clearance to set up Reiss Nelson’s for his first Premier League goal.
After picking up the three points, another fan suggested: “Triple H theme song should be Arsenal’s home theme song our defenders should spit out water before entering the pitch.
“I swear we would be untouchable with Arteta look what spirit that song gave us. What a win.”
However, what Arsenal fans don’t seem to have realised yet is Triple H himself has actually gone on record in the past and revealed he supports London rivals West Ham.
He’s even compared the Hammers to WWE itself, previously insisting: “West Ham is probably the closest to what we do, with the passion of their fan base and their loyalty, right? That’s the closest to what we do.”