Paramore at WrestleMania 40?
A new campaign is underway to get Hayley Williams and Paramore to WrestleMania for a special performance.
Following Bayley’s victory at the Royal Rumble one fan shared a photo of her gear from Evolution in 2018 which was adorned with the lyrics “It’s not a dream anymore, it’s worth fighting for.” The line comes from the Paramore track Looking Up.
The WWE star has now latched on to the hashtag, sharing the post adding “#ParamoreForMania.”
Paramore released their first album All We Know Is Falling in 2005, but it wasn’t until the release of their follow-up Riot! in 2007 that the band launched into the mainstream. Powered by singles Misery Business and That’s What You Get the album went platinum in the United States and saw the band nominated for Best New Artist at the 2008 Grammy Awards.
The band released their latest album This Is Why in 2023.
— Bayley (@itsBayleyWWE) February 1, 2024
Bayley To Make WWE WrestleMania Decision On SmackDown
Following her record-breaking victory at the Royal Rumble, Bayley has a decision to make. Ahead of the Rumble, the star said she would challenge Rhea Ripley if she won, as Damage CTRL teammate IYO SKY currently holds the WWE Women’s Title. However, there have been hints that all is not well within the group, sparking speculation that Bayley could turn on the group and face SKY.
On Raw in Tampa, Bayley and Damage CTRL came to the ring and were soon confronted by Ripley. However, Nia Jax shocked everyone as she attacked Ripley, hitting the champion with the Annihilator. Jax then told Bayley that she could pick SKY as her WrestleMania opponent or anyone else because Ripley wouldn’t be making it to WrestleMania.
Bayley then told the irate Jax that she’d announce her decision on the February 2nd edition of SmackDown.