Super Bowl 2024: Which WWE & AEW Wrestlers Were Spotted at Allegiant Stadium?

Published 02/12/2024, 3:45 AM EST

Follow Us

As the Super Bowl 2024, the most awaited sports spectacle of the year, hit the Allegiant Stadium, which WWE stars were present? Many WWE stars are either fans of the San Francisco 49ers or Kansas City Chiefs, and they were here to show their support.

America’s Favorite Video Today

This comes as no surprise, as just two days ago, the WWE WrestleMania 40 Kickoff press event took place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Sasha Banks reunites with Bayley for the Super Bowl 2024

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

While the only information about who went to the Super Bowl 2024 is via social media pictures, the stars present are quite interesting. The first and most recognizable ones are Jimmy Uso and his wife, Naomi. Naomi returned to the WWE after leaving the company in 2022 at the Royal Rumble to a massive pop. Jimmy has been gaining fan attention for his work in The Bloodline.

Beside them were Bayley and her best friend Sasha Banks, a.k.a Mercedes Mone. Mone is set to make her much-speculated AEW debut. According to reports and speculation, it could be at the AEW Dynamite: Big Business show in Boston.

Trending

Get instantly notified of the hottest WWE stories via Google! Click on Follow Us and Tap the Blue Star.

Follow Us

Bayley, the women’s Royal Rumble winner, has challenged Iyo Sky for the WWE Women’s title. She’s also a massive 49ers fan.

Another 49ers fan and someone fans were surprised to see was Rey Mysterio. The masked legend hasn’t appeared on television since Crown Jewel in 2023, after which Santos Escobar attacked him. Seeing Mysterio cheering on his favorite teams may give fans hope for his quick return to the ring.

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

According to reports by PWInsider, Tony Khan and Cliff Compton were also present at the game. Britt Baker also made her presence known at the game as she took a picture with Bayley. Titus O’Neil was also seen in a group photo. It’s safe to say that despite the rivalry, a game of NFL can bring everyone together.

The Kansas City Chiefs emerged as the Super Bowl champions after a walk-off touchdown in overtime to hand a 25-22 defeat to the San Francisco 49ers. Patrick Mahomes etched his name in history as he won his third Super Bowl MVP trophy. Nevertheless, the wrestling figures in attendance had the opportunity to witness history in the making.

ADVERTISEMENT

Article continues below this ad

What do you make of the esteemed list of wrestling figures that made their presence at the Super Bowl? Let us know in the comments section below.

Watch This Story: Dwayne Johnson’s Daughter Simone to The Undertaker’s Daughter Kaia – Meet Daughters of Top WWE Stars

SHARE THIS ARTICLE :

ADVERTISEMENT

Written by:

Christopher Paul

704Articles

One take at a time

My passion for professional wrestling began when I saw Kane ripping the Hell in a Cell door off in the iconic 1997 match. I used to enjoy watching WWE re-runs at 5 in the evening when I got home from school. It was sort of a ritual for me.
Show More>

Edited by:

Amal Joyce

ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

EDITORS' PICK

America’s Favorite Video Today