(C)You just knew there was a chance with Jason Kelce and Lane Johnson being at WrestleMania, that they would go shirtless. Jason is kind of like Bert Kreischer. 70% chance he will be shirtless at a big event, especially in retirement!

Jason Kelce and his former Eagles teammate Lane Johnson made a surprise appearance at WrestleMania 40 on Saturday at Philadelphia’s Lincoln Financial Field – and gave fans an absolute show as they helped Rey Mysterio and Andrade win.

Kelce, an Eagles legend who announced his retirement from the NFL last month, donned an Eagles mask along with Johnson as the pair ambushed Dom Mysterio and stopped him from using a chair against his father, Rey.

From there, Rey landed a double 619 on Dom and his partner Santos Escobar before frog splashing on Escobar to secure the win.

Kelce and Johnson then celebrated the victory in the ring with Rey and Andrade, before removing their Eagles masks.

The Philly pair then stood on the rope and basked in the reception from the hometown crowd.

Jason Kelce basked in the reception from the crowd at Wrestlemania in Philadelphia

He and Lane Johnson wore masks and ambushed Dom Mysterio outside of the ring

They later celebrated in the ring with Rey Mysterio and Andrade – who they helped win

The X account of New Heights, the podcast that Kelce co-hosts with his brother Travis, re-shared a clip of the sequence originally posted by WWE.

‘NAME A BETTER TAG TEAM, I’LL WAIT,’ the account captioned the video.

Afterwards, Jason was pictured with wrestling great The Rock backstage.

Saturday marked just the second time that WrestleMania had been held in Philly, with the last time coming in 1999 at the First Union Center (now known as the Wells Fargo Center).

This time, it was held at Lincoln Financial Field – the home of the Eagles, who Kelce played for for 13 seasons.

Next week, Jason and Travis will host a live version of New Heights from Cincinnati’s Nipper Stadium.

Jason Kelce posted with wrestling legend The Rock after his appearance in the ring

Johnson also flashed a smile in the ring after removing his Eagles mask on Saturday night

And the brothers have announced a special guest: Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow.

The Kelce brothers are hoping to break the all-time attendance record for a live crowd to witness a podcast taping, which was set at just under 21,000 by Canadian comedian Mike Ward in July 2022.

Nipper Stadium has a capacity of 38,088, but likely could hold more if needed due to seating on the turf for a live podcast.

‘New Heights’ is Jason and Travis’ weekly podcast that has generated millions of listens around the world – with an assist from Travis’ relationship to pop star Taylor Swift.

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