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Former Penn State Linebacker Micah Parsons Will Appear At Wrestlemania 38

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Former Penn State linebacker and reigning NFL Rookie of the Year Micah Parsons of the Dallas Cowboys will appear at WWE WrestleMania 38. The event will take place on April 2-3 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX home of the Cowboys. This year’s event is being billed as “The most stupendous Two Night WrestleMania in history.

Parsons received the invite from WWE superstar Randy Orton on WWE’s the Bump Wednesday, and he accepted the invitation on Twitter. Parson even tweeted offering Orton to gag him in if needed during the event.

The main event of the evening will be a winner take all match between WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns going up against WWE Champion Brock Lesnar. Another main event match on the card will feature crossover UFC star Ronda Rousey going up against Charlotte Flair for the Smackdown Women’s championship.

It is unclear what role Parsons’ role will be during the weekend’s festivities but it would figure to be in a non-physical role because he announced that he played that the entire 2021 season with a knee injury.

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