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Bayley Wants Paramore’s Hayley Williams To Perform Her Entrance At WrestleMania 36

Bayley Wants Paramore’s Hayley Williams To Perform Her Entrance At WrestleMania 36

Paramore fan Bayley wants to fulfil one of her wrestling dreams by having Hayley Williams perform her entrance at WrestleMania 36.

The 30-year-old SmackDown women's champ has been a long-time admirer of Williams and previously tried to have the American rock band play her WWE entrance.

Paramore frontwoman Williams, 31, dropped her eagerly-awaited debut solo single, 'Simmer,' last week from her upcoming Petals for Armor album.


When SPORTbible asked Bayley if she wanted to use 'Simmer' as part of a potential entrance, she responded: "Yes! I thought about that as I was watching [the music video].

"I was like, 'Man, this could be a cool video package for everything that I've done.'

"But I think going into a WrestleMania match would be a great idea. Why don't you... okay, post this everywhere, tag Hayley, tag Paramore, tag Simmer, everything!

"Hayley Williams, come to WrestleMania 36 in Tampa. Let's go. Let's do this entrance -- I've been asking you for years!"


Williams, who is a founding member of Paramore, dropped the solo music announcement on her 31st birthday last month.

And Bayley, real name Pamela Martinez, admitted that the music video for 'Simmer' "kind of intrigued my heart."


The WWE superstar explained: "Yeah, I think it's super interesting. The video, so I watched it [laughs]... I was watching the video in a very loud area, so I kind of couldn't hear the song at first.

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"So, just watching the video I was super interested and just watching it kind of intrigued my heart, you know.

"I was just so into it. She knows how to capture an audience, for sure.

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"She knows how to get into your feelings, as they say. But once I like listened to it, heard the lyrics, I think it's very relatable to a lot of people and things you feel inside and things like that.

"So I'm excited for her. I hope she goes on tour with it. I think it would be really, really fun and different."

Bayley, who successfully defeated Lacey Evans at the Royal Rumble last weekend, previously used Paramore's hit single 'Misery Business' on the indie scene.

The SmackDown women's champ said that it could be difficult to have Williams sing her current WWE theme, mainly down to the lack of lyrics.


But she went on to say she could "probably retire the next day" if she collaborated with the 'Misery Business' hitmaker.

Bayley explained: "Yeah. I gotta get lyrics to my song, I guess, if I'm gonna want Hayley to sing it.

"But I would love for her to be part of an entrance for me -- that's been my goal.

"When I was on the independents, 'Misery Business' was my theme song. So, if I could ever make that into a reality, I'll probably retire the next day."

WrestleMania 36 will be held on 5th April at the Raymond James Stadium, while Williams' debut solo album is slated to launch on 8th May.

Featured Image Credit: WWE/PA

Topics: WrestleMania 36, Bayley, WWE News, WWE

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Adnan Riaz

Adnan Riaz is a journalist for SPORTbible. He studied for a B.A. in History at the University of York and followed it up with an M.A. in Multimedia Journalism at MMU. Before he started writing about sports, he spent over four years in the gaming press. He has worked for several publications, including Hardcore Gamer, LADbible and the Manchester Evening News. Follow him on Twitter to find out what he is working on next. Got a story tip for Adnan? Email him: [email protected]