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Snoop The WWE Superstar

Snoop Dogg may need to add amateur wrestler to his biography after showing off some skills at WrestleMania 39 this past weekend

WrestleMania, WWE's biggest event of the year, is typically expected to have it's share of thrills and surprises. Snoop Dogg appearing to steal the show is no exception.

Snoop appeared alongside Shane McMahon, son of WWE-icon Vince McMahon, to support the latter in his match against The Miz. After McMahon injured himself mid-match attempting a wrestling-move, the Doggfather entered the ring to clean up Miz, delivering a blow to the wrestler's face and knocking him down.

Like a true showman, Snoop then paced around the downed Miz before taking off his sunglasses, throwing them to the crowd, and proceeding to perform his own spin of "The People's Elbow", a wrestling move recognized as the signature finisher The Rock aka Dwayne Johnson.

Check out Snoop Dogg in action here:

Snoop at WrestleMania this year is not the first time the West Coast legend has dipped his toe into some wrestling-antics. In 2021, Snoop appeared at an All Elite Wrestling: Dynamite match and performed a special move of his known, appropriately dubbed the "Snoop Splash", to earn the win.

Perhaps in another life, Snoop Dogg would have been just as iconic of a wrestling star as he is today as a rapper. Though, after his WrestleMania exploits this past weekend, maybe a wrestling career is not out of the question just yet...


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