Patrick Mahomes and Braun Strowman looking on at WWE "Monday Night Raw."

Patrick Mahomes and Braun Strowman (Photo via @SeanRossSapp Twitter)
Fans are in stitches over a hilariously edited audio clip showing Patrick Mahomes’ confrontation with WWE superstar Braun Strowman during “Monday Night Raw” last night.

Last night’s edition of WWE’s flagship program was held at the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, Missouri. Patrick Mahomes attended the event with his teammates and star offensive linemen, Trey Smith and Creed Humphrey.

Mahomes, Humphrey and Smith briefly engaged in a tense staredown with “The Monster Among Men” after he came to Jey Uso’s rescue. Uso had been attacked by United States Champion Logan Paul in the ring.

Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful.com posted a video of the short staredown between the three Kansas City superstars and Strowman. Sapp’s video included a hilarious impression of Mahomes’ so-called “Kermit the Frog” voice.


And fans couldn’t get enough of Sapp’s hysterical video:

It’s not uncommon for NFL stars to make appearances at WWE events. At WrestleMania XL earlier this month, Philadelphia Eagles legends Jason Kelce and Lane Johnson showed up to help Rey Mysterio and Andrade in their match against Dominik Mysterio and Santos Escobar.

Patrick Mahomes & Chiefs Have Had An Excellent Offseason

Usually, Super Bowl champions have to stomach the losses of several key contributors via free agency or trade. The NFL’s salary cap is structured to create parity and make it even harder for teams to repeat.

But one can argue that the back-to-back Super Bowl champions actually got better this year. After enduring inconsistent production from their wideouts last year, Kansas City GM Brett Veach went great lengths to improve that position.

The Chiefs signed former 1,000-yard receiver Marquise “Hollywood” Brown to a one-year contract in free agency. They then traded up via the Buffalo Bills to snag Texas wide receiver Xavier Worthy with the No. 28 selection.

Kansas City will now try to become the first team in NFL history to complete a three-peat in the Super Bowl era.