With a locker room full of Superstars and a legacy in American pop culture, the WWE is known worldwide for its unique brand of sports entertainment that has been mesmerizing audiences for decades. WWE’s flagship program, Monday Night Raw, continues to be one the highest rated weekly programs in television history. It’s not hard to imagine then why Tech N9ne would be drawn to the spectacle that takes place inside the squared circle every Monday Night.
This past Monday, Tech N9ne, Krizz Kaliko, and Makzilla of the 816 Boyz attended Monday Night Raw which emanated from the Sprint Center in downtown Kansas City, MO. Prior to the show, WWE Superstar and Tag Team Champion Kofi Kingston tweeted a photo of himself and his tag partner, Evan Bourne, with the Kansas City King. Shortly after, Makzilla shared a second photo of the group together. With Kofi Kingston’s reputation as a hip hop fan and Evan Bourne’s Missouri roots, there’s no doubt about the mutual respect they all shared for each other. Tech N9ne then hit the Sprint Center to take in the night’s show that included a main event featuring WWE Champion John Cena. Both WWE and Strange Music share a common goal in delivering the best live entertainment in the industry, and as time passes, it may not be too long before we see Tecca Nina laying the smack down.
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