Kid Rock to be inducted into WWE Hall of Fame!
Detroit's own Kid Rock will be this year's Celebrity inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame.
It's a fitting honour with Kid Rock supplying the WWE soundtrack for it's talent and events over the past 16 years.
One of WWE's biggest stars The Undertaker started using Rock's 2000 hit "American Bad Ass" as his entrance music during the "Biker period" path of his career and more of Rock's music followed.
More songs were then used over the years with various WWE pay-per-views including his new single "New Orleans" being used as the official theme song for this year's Wrestlemania 34 in New Orleans at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.
.@KidRock has lent his signature sound to many @WWE events over the years. His support of our Superstars, events and commitment to our troops has been unwavering. For that and more, welcome to the celebrity wing of #WWEHOF. pic.twitter.com/sMwok8jklH— Triple H (@TripleH) March 12, 2018
Rock's biggest contribution could very well have been his live perfomance at Wrestlemania 25 in Houston Texas at Reliant Stadium.
Kid Rock will join Hillbilly Jim, Goldberg, The Dudley Boyz, Ivory, Jeff Jarrett and Warrior Award Recipient Jarrius "JJ" Robertson at the Smoothie King Center in New Orlean's Friday, April 6.