'Delete bro you're too big for those jokers' Twitter reacts to Triple H's West Ham visit

West Ham United may not have the hardest team last season but they've certainly got one of the hardest celebrity fans.

West Ham manager Slaven BilicWest Ham manager Slaven Bilic

The Hammers took a big step backwards last season as they struggled for form and consistency eventually finishing 11th in the Premier League.

It was in stark contrast to Slaven Bilic's record breaking first season at the helm as he was faced with problems from injuries to poor recruitment, the Dimitri Payet saga and the fallout from move to the Olympic Stadium.

New promises over better quality summer recruitment and with the club having learned lessons from the first season at their new home means hopes are high again for the new campaign.

And one famous Hammers fan who is already looking forward to it is wrestling mega star Triple H.

The 14-time world champion - real name Paul Levesque - told the Daily Mail he was a Hammers fan, praising the club's supporters for their passion.

And the biggest name in wrestling has proved he really is into the Hammers often discussing the club on social media and during interviews.

This week he paid a visit to the Olympic Stadium - officially named the London Stadium - and posted a picture of himself doing the crossed Hammers salute outside the ground with the message: "Just passing the London Stadium... Bring on the new season. Come on your Irons!"

The message went down well with West Ham fans but some Twitter users suggested Triple H should support someone else.

General view outside the stadium before the matchGeneral view outside West Ham's Olympic Stadium

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