WWE legend Triple H sends message on Twitter to West Ham ahead of Bloleyn Ground farewell

West Ham take on Manchester United at the Boleyn Ground for the final time this evening.

West Ham United take on Manchester United in their final ever game at the Boleyn Ground this evening - and they have been offered a message of support by WWE legend Triple H.

The Hammers take to the Upton Park pitch for the final time tonight, as they gear up to make the big move to the Olympic Stadium this summer.

A win this evening would push West Ham closer to European football, but fans will just be hoping for a fitting send-off tonight as they take on Louis van Gaal's Red Devils.

Former players have been sending good luck messages to West Ham and looking back on fond memories of the Boleyn Ground ahead of what will be an emotional, historic evening - and they have now been sent a message by a WWE legend.

In December, 14-time world champion Triple H - real name Paul Levesque - told the Daily Mail that he was a West Ham fan, praising their fans for their passion, before hilariously backing Hammers striker Andy Carroll for a career inside the squared circle.

Tonight, he has taken to Twitter in order to wish West Ham luck against Manchester United, and urged them to end their time at the Boleyn Ground in style.

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