WWE Hall Of Fame To Induct Kid Rock During Wrestlemania 34

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WWE announced a new addition to the Celebrity Wing for its Hall of Fame, which takes place during Wrestlemania 34 weekend: Kid Rock. The musician will be honored for his work with the company, which includes numerous live performances and recording Undertaker's entrance song, "American Badass."

Kid Rock will be inducted to the Hall of Fame on Friday, April 6, and he'll be joining Goldberg, The Dudley Boyz, Ivory, Jeff Jarrett, Hillbilly Jim and Warrior Award recipient Jarrius "JJ" Robertson on stage for the night's events. The show will also be broadcast on the WWE network.

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He will be the tenth person inducted into the Celebrity Wing of the Hall of Fame, alongside Snoop Dogg, Mr. T, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Pete Rose, Mike Tyson, and other celebrities who have had a longstanding relationships with WWE.

In addition to his song "New Orleans" being used for Wrestlemania 34, many of Kid Rock's songs have been used for PPVs and events in the past as well. In addition, he's performed live for many events including WWE's Tribute to the Troops.

Wrestlemania weekend will surely be packed with entertainment for wrestling fans, with the Hall of Fame ceremony on Friday, NXT Takeover: New Orleans on Saturday, and Wrestlemania 34 on Sunday. Make sure to keep checking back to GameSpot for the upcoming weeks for more news, features, and predictions about WWE's biggest event of the year.

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