At least one weekend in Micah Parsons' offseason appears to be spoken for. With the WWE coming to AT&T Stadium in April for WrestleMania 38, the most-electrifying man on the Dallas Cowboys defense has been personally invited by superstar Randy Orton to attend the WWE's marquee event.
Parsons is coming off one of the best rookie seasons imaginable, winning the NFL's Defensive Rookie of the Year award along with Pro Bowl and First-Team All-Pro selections. Not only a phenom on the field, Micah has also become a fan favorite with his personality on social media and in sideline footage from games.
Another fan favorite in his own world, Orton has been one of the WWE's top performers for two decades. And while not a Texan himself, Randy's father was known as “Cowboy” Bob Orton during his heyday.
Randy!!! Invite accepted!! I’ll see you there!! Tag me in if you need me! https://t.co/By4sA8VffD
— Micah Parsons (@MicahhParsons11) February 23, 2022
Cross-promoting with the Dallas Cowboys and their brightest young star is smart business for Vince McMahon's crew. However whatever role he has at WrestleMania, Micah Parsons will no doubt enjoy himself and help draw some extra attention to pro wrestling's own version of the Super Bowl.
Let's just hope he doesn't take an RKO in the process.