The Kansas City Chiefs will commend their Super Bowl triumph with a procession in Kansas City on Wednesday, Feb. 5, and quarterback Patrick Mahomes will be sporting another adornment on account of the WWE. On Tuesday, the Chiefs' internet based life accounts shared a photograph of Mahomes with a WWE title belt threw behind him, the red and gold belt tweaked with the Chiefs' logo as an afterthought.
It appears to be tight end Travis Kelce might be the one to wear the belt during the group's triumph march, with the group's record sharing a photograph of Kelce presenting with it around his abdomen on Wednesday morning.
Both Mahomes and Kelce as of late found a good pace with previous WWE star Dwayne Johnson while shooting the player presentations for Super Bowl LIV, which Johnson helmed and highlighted players from the Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers strolling a runway as Johnson decidedly portrayed their qualities. Offering a photograph to Mahomes after the game, Johnson adulated the group's success and utilized the chance to advance his tequila, Teremana.
"Well done Patrick, his partners and my amigo, Andy Reid (who was in every case kind to me when I would work out with the Eagles when he was their lead trainer) and his instructing staff for this stupendous title," Johnson composed. "What's more, in the wake of FIFTY difficult years, congrats to the Chiefs association and the steadfast realm of KANSAS CITY."
On Monday, Feb. 2, Mahomes and the group celebrated with a procession at Disney World in Florida, putting the completing touch on a fantasy Mahomes initially tweeted around seven years back.
"I wager it feels astounding to be the quarterback who says 'I'm going to Disney World' in the wake of winning the Super Bowl," he wrote in 2013 at 17 years old. Following Sunday's down, Disney reported that it would make a $1 million gift to the Make-A-Wish Foundation in Mahomes' name. After the Super Bowl, Mahomes was named MVP, which makes him the most youthful player allied history to win both Super Bowl MVP and NFL MVP, the last respect earned last season.