Wrestlemania XXIX: Power Ranking the Most Exciting Potential Surprise Guests
With WrestleMania XXIX just weeks away, you can already feel the excitement building.
Last year, we watched a star-studded main event that featured two of the WWE's most storied figures going head to head for the belt, as Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson took on John Cena at Sun Life Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida.
A year later, not much has changed, as the pair will be facing off for WWE supremacy once again, this time at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
Obviously, the showdown between Rock and Cena is at the center of everyone's attention, but one can't help but notice consistent presence of celebrities at the WWE's marquee event.
Though many won't announce their plans to attend in advance, here's a look at some of the most exciting potential guests at WrestleMania XXIX.
1. Mark Wahlberg
This is a slam dunk.
With Mark Wahlberg having just completed his latest flick alongside Johnson in "Pain and Gain", one would think that there's a good chance that the movie star would show up to support his friend and collaborator.
He's been to WWE events in the past and, given that the movie's set to open so close to the date of WrestleMania, why would he pass up the chance to promote it?
2. Floyd Mayweather Jr.
It wouldn't be the first time that boxing's undisputed biggest star has ever showed up at WrestleMania, as Mayweather appeared at WrestleMania in 2008, but it would be exciting nonetheless.
He doesn't have another bout for a little while, and his schedule would allow him to be at MetLife Stadium in April.
An outspoken fan of all sports, Snoop has a long-standing relationship with the WWE, as the Grammy-winning rapper has been present for two of the last four WresleMania and attends virtually every big-ticket event.
It's always exciting to see him, especially when he's not walking around in his signature USC Trojans track suit.
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