Triple H spoke at Lemmy’s memorial service

WWE executive Paul “Triple H” Levesque spoke at the memorial service for Lemmy Kilmister that was held on Saturday in Los Angeles, California. “Lem, Mickey and Phil gave me the greatest gift of all-time, which was their sound,” Levesque is quoted as saying on WWE.com. “More importantly than that, Lemmy gave me the gift of his friendship. We connected.” Kilmister, the frontman for the band Motörhead, died on December 28 following a brief bout with cancer.

Powell’s POV: The story also features a quote from Hunter saying that it was “the most kick ass thing of all-time” to have Motörhead playing during his WrestleMania entrances. The memorial service was streamed live on the band’s website and may still be available. Either way, they have started a petition to have the drink Jack Daniels and Coke renamed “The Lemmy” that you can sign at imotorhead.com.



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