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Celebrities and WWE Superstars alike appeared at the WrestleMania 39 launch party last night at SoFi Stadium to set the stage for WrestleMania next April. The free admission event allowed fans to secure their tickets a day before they were available to the public as well as watch a variety of matches and hear from their favorite celebrities.
The show began with Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair introducing Snoop Dogg! The rapper was presented with his own, custom WWE title and danced with the current RAW Women’s Champion.
Next, The Miz hosted an episode of Miz TV with special guest, JoJo Siwa! Siwa brought her unmatched energy and charisma to the ring before Liv Morgan interrupted the show. Morgan said she couldn’t let Siwa appear on Miz TV without letting her know how the show usually goes. The SmackDown Women’s Champion and former "Dance Moms" star proceeded to make fun of The Miz and his “tiny balls” much to the delight of the fans in attendance. Eventually, Miz and Maryse heard enough and exited the ring to the sound of fans serenading him with the classic “Na Na, Hey Hey, Kiss Him Goodbye” song.
Following the special episode of Miz TV, the evening's matches got underway. Comedian Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias even got involved in the entrance of Los Lotharios by ruining their kiss cam moment with a lucky fan. The Street Profits would follow and picked up the big win against Los Lotharios. Raquel Rodriguez defeated Nikki A.S.H. and Theory also defeated Ricochet in a fast-paced matchup.
The WrestleMania 39 launch party was a huge success with the party reaching capacity, celebrities shining bright once again, and tickets being sold early. You can watch the full event replay here! And get your tickets for WrestleMania 39 starting today: click here to secure your seat to the Big Show now.
You can get in on all the WWE Universe action on Peacock and USA Network.
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