WWE’s outreach to celebrities for WrestleMania is not limited to those already confirmed for the event. While Logan Paul gears up for his in-ring appearance and Pat McAfee prepares to lend his voice to the show, the roster of potential celebrity guests continues to expand.

In a recent development reported by Fightful Select, WWE has extended an invitation to recently retired Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce for a potential WrestleMania appearance. Kelce’s prominence extends beyond the football field, particularly in Philadelphia where he has garnered immense popularity over the course of his career, especially at Lincoln Financial Field, his home turf for the past decade.

“Fightful Select has learned that WWE reached out to recently retired Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce for a possible WrestleMania appearance. Kelce is a huge star in the sports world in general, but especially in Philadelphia and doubly so at Lincoln Financial Field, where he’s played for the last decade.”

At 36 years old, Kelce’s star power transcends the realm of sports, amplified by his successful podcast co-hosted with his brother Travis, who is also a prominent figure in the NFL. With his deep connections to both the sports world and the city of Philadelphia, Kelce’s potential involvement in WrestleMania would undoubtedly add another layer of excitement to the already star-studded event.


As anticipation builds for WrestleMania, fans eagerly await further announcements regarding potential celebrity appearances, keeping the excitement levels high as the event draws near. Keep checking back to Ringside News for more information regardling WrestleMania as it becomes available.

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