The WWE will present the 29th annual “Wrestlemania” next weekend, which will be hosted by Hip-Hop’s top earner, Sean “Diddy” Combs. While previous “Wrestlemania” events were hosted in cities like Miami, Houston, Orlando and Phoenix, this year the WWE is splitting its time in both New York City and New Jersey throughout the first week of April.
To add to the festivities this year, Sean “Diddy” Combs, The Rock, Arnold Schwarzenegger, “Extra” co-host Maria Menounos and Donald Trump are participating in “Wrestlemania” events next week.
Diddy will be busy the coming week, as he will host and participate in several events as the headlining celebrity.
Diddy will also perform the Diddy-Dirty Money song “Coming Home” live to a crowd of nearly 90,000 inside New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium on April 7, during “Wrestlemania 29.”
“Coming Home” is also being used as the official theme song of “WrestleMania 29” and will be played throughout the show.
Additionally, Diddy will also co-host the “Superstars for Sandy Relief” party on April 4th with WWE chairman/ CEO Vince McMahon and NYC mayor Michael Bloomberg.
The event is a benefit for the mayor’s “Fund to Advance New York City” and “Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund.”
“I’ve always been a fan of WWE and I’m excited to support these two important causes,” said Sean “Diddy” Combs.
Sting, Michael J. Fox, Charlie Sheen, Tony Hawk, Coldplay’s Chris Martin, Carl Edwards, Tim McGraw, Faith Hill, Mark Cuban, Carrie Underwood and Adrian Grenier are also all slated to appear in the festivities.
“Wrestlemania 29″ airs on PPV on Sunday, April 7.