WWE News: Several superstars made an appearance during the Super Bowl LIV broadcast

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Several WWE superstars made an appearance during the Super Bowl LIV broadcast on Sunday night.

Super Bowl LIV was fought between the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers, with the Chiefs coming out on top 31-20.

Several WWE superstars were in attendance at the game in Miami, but they also made appearances during the game’s broadcast, whether it be during the show itself or in adverts.

Since Fox was broadcasting the Super Bowl this year, it’s not surprising to hear that several current and former superstars made an appearance during the broadcast since they own the broadcasting rights for SmackDown.

For starters, The Rock provided an epic introduction for both the Chiefs and Niners players before they made their way out on the field for the big game.

SmackDown’s Roman Reigns and Sasha Banks were featured in a Pizza Hut advert, while WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair was featured in an advert for hummus.

WWE icon John Cena was in a commercial for Michelob Ultra, while SmackDown’s Daniel Bryan was featured in the Discover card commercial.

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There were links to wrestling on the field of play as well, as Niners tight end George Kittle hit Pentagon Jr.’s signature “cero miedo” taunt every single time he achieved a first down.

As well as WWE superstars, several AEW wrestlers were in attendance at the game including Cody Rhodes and Brandi Rhodes.

SmackDown’s King Corbin, who is a Chiefs fan, and Naomi, who is a Niners fan, made a Super Bowl bet too.

If San Francisco had won, Naomi would have been allowed to wear the King’s crown and Corbin would have to be her servant for the day.

However, since Kansas City won, it looks like Corbin is going to be receiving a video soon of Naomi bowing down and pledging her allegiance to him.

It will be interesting to see over the next week how many superstars on Raw, SmackDown, and NXT make a reference to the Super Bowl during their promos.

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