WWE Superstars have each taken to Twitter to show their support for their favorite Premier League teams amid the race for the title.
Triple H has shared his love for West Ham while John Cena has been snapped in a Spurs shirt but now 10 more have chosen their Prem colours.
WWE champion Drew McIntyre is the only wrestler who is not supporting a team as the Scottish Psychopath is well known for his love of Rangers!
Yet his friend-turned-foe Sheamus is proudly donning a Liverpool kit with the Irish star assessing the Reds' less than ideal campaign.
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He tweeted: "Not the best season for @lfc so far. But in football, one weekend can change everything. There’s always hope.
"3 points on the weekend and Pep will be looking over his shoulder more than @DMcIntyreWWE"
Sheamus' former tag-team partner Cesaro then caused a shock by revealing his allegiance to Liverpool's rivals Manchester City.
The Swiss Superman wrote: "I am backing my long lost brother Pep!"
King Corbin threw his weight behind Manchester United with the Red Devils boasting more royalty at Old Trafford after Eric Cantona.
Braun Strowman is set to cheer on Leicester City as The Monster Among Men joked he could cover for the injured Wesley Fofana!
Tottenham can count on Gran Metalik's support with Apollo Crews at Chelsea, while Aston Villa had Dolph Ziggler in the famous claret and blue.
Arsenal celebrated their newest fan Riddle by playing the King of Bro's theme song at half-time during their 4-2 win over Leeds.
The Gunners have hit the headlines for blasting out WWE tunes during their games with Kurt Angle recently honoured at the Emirates.
Jeff Hardy meanwhile got a shoutout from Everton's official account after hailing James Rodriguez as the signing of the summer.
But Kofi Kingston did one better as he exchanged in a back-and-forth with West Ham newboy Jesse Lingard after wearing a Hammers jersey.
The New Day star tweeted: "If you slot on the weekend, and need a few new suggestions for dance moves…come at me!"
Lingard, who is set to face Sheffield United tonight, replied: "Its On !! Show Me What You Got Champ But Dont Forget I Got Plenty Up My Sleeve."
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