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49ers or Chiefs? WWE Stars Pick Super Bowl LIV Winner


When the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs meet for Super Bowl LIV, all eyes will be glued to Hard Rock Stadium in Miami. It's the biggest party of the year, whether you like the NFL or not, and it's an event that brings everyone together.

From the commercials to the national anthem to the game itself, everyone has their motives for watching, including some of the biggest names in WWE.

With WrestleMania 36 set for April 5 in South Beach -- the biggest pay-per-view event of the year -- WWE decided to have a WWE Backstage show to preview "The Grandest Stage of them All" ahead of the Super Bowl.

Naturally, the stars were asked to predict the big game, too.


WWE's Super Bowl LIV Predictions

Patrick Mahomes or Jimmy Garropolo? Kyle Shanahan or Andy Reid? Travis Kelce or George Kittle for tight end supremacy? There are so many storylines, but there can only be one winner.

With Roman Reigns, WWE Backstage host Renee Young, Christian, Booker T, and tag team The New Day -- Big E, Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods -- on hand, each of the WWE Raw and Smackdown Stars gave their final prediction, and here's how it shook out.

Roman Reigns -- San Francisco 49ers
Renee Young -- San Francisco 49ers
Christian -- Kansas City Chiefs
Booker T -- Kansas City Chiefs
Kofi Kingston -- Kansas City Chiefs
Big E -- San Francisco 49ers
Xavier Woods -- The People

So there was no real decided winner, thanks to Woods, but it's always fun hearing other superstars and wrestlers weigh in on the biggest football day of the year.


Fresh off of big-time WWE Royal Rumble match, Vince McMahon and the company will definitely shift focus to WrestleMania 36 on the WWE Network. The main event will feature Drew McIntyre vs. Brock Lesnar, Bray Wyatt vs. Roman Reigns, and Edge vs. Randy Orton, among many others such as Seth Rollins, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, and more.

Before that, though, the Super Bowl needs to happen and now we know who some of the WWE stars will be cheering for.

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