WWE: Pat McAfee’s incredible WrestleMania entrance is the highlight of 2022

Pat McAfee is one of the most talented all-around people the WWE has employed in a long time with everything he touches turning to gold.

A lifelong fan, McAfee first made a splash in WWE after retiring as an NFL punter, appearing on TV in 2018. Since then, he’s had barnstorming matches with Adam Cole and the Undisputed Era (the latter within by WarGames) and became a beloved part of Smackdown commentary for a time.

McAfee fulfilled his childhood dreams by wrestling at WrestleMania 38 in a match with Austin Theory. As it was such a huge occasion, Pat went out of her way to make the moment as memorable as possible, starting with a truly brilliant entrance.

Everything about the entrance was perfect

Theory was already in the ring when the White Stripes’ iconic song “Seven Nation Army” hit PA, sending the already spirited crowd into high-energy chanting. See the article : Eagles Dolphins Football | National Sports | heraldchronicle.com. What happened next capitalized on Pat’s NFL background so well.

The world famous Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders took the stage at their home field, AT&T Stadium, setting up an honor guard to let McAfee in. It was all done so well and the audience absolutely lacked it. The icing on the cake was one last installment through the arena.

Check out this hugely entertaining entry below (clip shared by @WrestleOps as part of their 2022 Highlights Series).

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VIDEO: Pat McAfee’s incredible WrestleMania 38 entrance

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As @PatMcAfeeShow makes his electric entrance at @WWE WrestleMania 38 at the White Stripes’ ‘Seven Nation Army’.

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McAfee is clearly having a blast, and his ability to understand and connect with audiences is clearly evident. This has been a hallmark of everything Pat has done in WWE, especially the comments where his incredibly enthusiastic and energetic vibe seemed a world away from the ultra controlled style Vince McMahon imposed on other workers.

The fact that Pat didn’t need WWE probably helped his cause here — the company needs his reach more than anything. His attendance also saw Michael Cole deliver some of his best work in years, which has continued since the exit of McAfee.

Comments left on the thread reflect these sentiments, with the input and McAfee being widely praised. He’s just an elite performer and it all feels so real.

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Pat had a serious showing at WrestleMania

McAfee went on to have a night at WrestleMania. He defeated Theory in a match where he once again showcased his incredible athleticism. This may interest you : Klopp the ‘innocent’ media present has worked ‘miracles’; Man Utd bid £12.5m above asking price. He then lost to the United States Champion’s current mentor, Vince McMahon in a short match before being knocked out by Stone Cold who had originally saved him from heel pair. In terms of a first outing for “Mania,” it ticked some serious boxes.

Pat sipping a beer while half comatose on the ringside floor remains an iconic image, and once again shows his comedic genius and timing.

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What’s next for McAfee?

After working a match at SummerSlam with his good friend and former Indianapolis Colts teammate Baron Corbin (small world), WWE announced in September that Pat would be taking a break for the foreseeable future to join College GameDay by ESPN.

He also remains the host of his own incredibly popular podcast show, but is expected to return to WWE in some form in the near future. A showdown with another media phenomenon, Logan Paul, cannot be ruled out.

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