On December 28th 2015, Motörhead frontman and heavy-metal godfather Lemmy Kilmister passed away after a brief battle with cancer. Shortly before his death, the WWE's Triple H and Corey Graves sat down with the rock & roll icon for what would prove to be one of his last interviews. Released as "Live to Win: A Conversation With Triple H and Lemmy" on demand on the WWE Network (which offers a free first month for new subscribers), the chat was filmed, of course, at the Motörhead bandleader's favorite handout, the Rainbow in L.A.
Triple H and Lemmy went way back, with Motörhead's 2002 song "The Game," serving as the entrance theme for the wrestler, and the band playing him in the ring at WrestleMania X-Seven and WrestleMania 21. Triple H also contributed co-vocals on the spoken word track "Serial Killer" off Hammered, on which "The Game" appeared. Triple H would go on to use the group's "Line in the Sand" (during his time in the stable Evolution) and "King of Kings" as entrance songs, as well. In the clip above, Kilmister reveals his favorite of those Motörhead entrance themes.