NFL and WWE collaborations bring an atmosphere like no other. Both events are in front of a crowd that is ready for some pumped up action. Like the NFL uses advertisements, the wrestling federation uses brand integration in its product. But Stephanie McMahon once made a defensive remark at the expense of Kansas City superstar Patrick Mahomes.

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Stephanie McMahon attended WWE’s third quarter financial calls. It highlights WWE’s ability to incorporate WWE merchandise into the broadcast while comparing it to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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To provide context for brand integration, WWE tries to implicate another brand’s product for promotional purposes. For example, the Zombie lumberjack match to promote the movie “Army Of The Dead”. Through the brand integration, they got their hands on Bad Bunny and Logan Paul, who signed a new contract with the company. They resume at the mainstream level.

The McMahon brand works at the expense of Patrick Mahomes

According to Fightful.com, the CEO and Acting President explains, “In terms of content integration, would you ever see a Pure Life truck drive into Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City and have Patrick Mahomes douse the fans with a Pure Life branded super dip as part of a touchdown celebration? Or do the zombies replace the offensive line with a down? I guess not, but you can in WWE.

According to The Billionaire Princess, the brand’s integration with Old Spice’s newest fresh scent, “The Night Panther,” generated more than half a billion impressions and 40 million views. He also had 96% of the audience saying, “they would take action against Old Spice.

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To be frank, Patrick Mahomes driving to a goal celebration in a truck with a Pure Life super-dipper would be spectacular. But not as much as Stone Cold pulling ride in a beer truck in the ring and give The Corporation a beer bath. Or Kurt Angle, soaking the Alliance in the milk.

Brock Lesnar once took a Chiefs athlete to Suplex City

WWE and NFL fans may remember Brock Lesnar as the beast incarnate. But not everyone knows Lesnar was part of the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings as a defensive lineman. He played in preseason games and was involved in a famous saga of spring training physical altercations.

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Former Vikings wide receiver Nate Burleson has revealed that Lesnar once broke up a fight at training camp in 2004 when he transported one of the Chiefs’ interpreters to Suplex City.

He said: “(Lesnar) came out, and somebody shot Daunte Culpepper late, and Brock was like ‘who did it?’ The next play he went to suplex the guy.

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Brock being Brock, he almost established dominance. Whether it’s the NFL, UFC or WWE. And he continues to do so.