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WWE to NFL: Baron Corbin’s magical night at the Super Bowl LIV

WWE to NFL: Baron Corbin's magical night at the Super Bowl LIV

WWE and American football are two worlds that are often gone and still go hand in hand (just think of Vince McMahon and his eternal XFL project ). It often happens even that former football players who have encountered problems of various kinds in the course of their career then convert to wrestling.

Some famous examples are those of Bill Goldberg, Roman Reigns and Baron Corbin. Just the latter was born in Lenexa, in the state of Kansas, and in WWE has always been announced as coming from Kansas City.

And as much as Kansas City is technically a city in Missouri and not Kansas, Corbin has always been deeply attached to the city team, the Kansas City Chiefs. Well, in the American night, the latter managed after fifty years to win the prestigious Super Bowl, beating the San Francisco 49ers favorites in Miami.

And for a few hours, King Corbin has stripped the crown of King of the Ring and the wrestler cloths, to the advantage of those of the simple fan. The SmackDown athlete has, in fact, had the opportunity to follow his darlings in Miami, obtaining a front-row seat at the Hard Rock Stadium and making a precise history on the social networks of his incredible, happy day.

It all started when we left for Florida, with tickets proudly in hand and the hope that:

Then the arrival at the stadium with the inevitable photo next to the maxi-logo of the event (this time on Instagram):

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@chiefs all day baby! Let’s get this win!! Soon to be World Champs #superbowl #nfl #wwe

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Then The King released a selfie showing the world the incredible place he managed to grab, really one step away from the field:

Everything slowly led to the final apotheosis, with the Chiefs actually winning 31-20 over the 49ers. And a very excited Corbin greeted the moment of victory with this video, in which he really showed himself in all his healthy passion, like any fan and completely forgetting his character all in one piece played in WWE:

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@chiefs are CHAMPIONS

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