Celebrity Everton fan and former champion boxer Tony Bellew has posted a video from an American Toffees fan who has a warning for West Ham United.
West Ham travel to Goodison Park to face Everton with both sides having made strong starts to the season.
Rafa Benitez – who almost became West Ham manager back in 2015 – has Everton sitting fourth in the Premier League table approaching the quarter-way stage.
West Ham meanwhile are three points behind in ninth and flying high at the top of their Europa League group.
Early season tussle to be in the top four mix looms
David Moyes returns to his old club knowing that victory would see West Ham leapfrog Everton in the table on goal difference.
West Ham enjoyed mixed fortunes against Everton last season.
The Hammers won 1-0 at Goodison but lost by the same scoreline at the London Stadium – a defeat which proved costly in Moyes’s pursuit of a Champions League spot as West Ham fell agonisingly short by just one win.
It promises to be a tight match when the Premier League resumes after the international break.
Toffees fans clearly feeling confident after fast start
And Toffees fans are clearly getting excited about their prospects.
That’s if a video from an American Everton fan going by the name Astro which has been posted by Bellew is anything to go by.
“This fella has made me smile, COYB,” Bellew said alongside laughing emojis as he posted the video on Twitter.
The Toffee fan’s rant features a warning to West Ham which will have Hammers fans in fits.
Bellew posts video of American Everton fan sending warning to West Ham
“International break is coming up so West Ham you’ve got 15 days notice that you’re coming to the terrordome Goodison Park,” the American Everton fan states in the video.
“Where we crush dreams and collect points. So until then this is your boy Astro saying one last time, up them (expletive) Toffees baby.”
And we thought Green Street was cringeworthy.
We’re pretty sure the terrordome was Shredder and Krang’s evil lair in 80s cartoon show Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
But it will hold little fear factor for West Ham. The Hammers have won three of the last six Prem meetings at Goodison. Sorry the terrordome.
Revenge on the agenda for West Ham after Everton put dent in Champions League pursuit last season
In all seriousness, though, Everton is always a tough game for West Ham.
And perhaps a bit of revenge will be on the menu for Moyes’s boys after that defeat which proved a major setback in the club’s fight for fourth spot during last season’s run-in.