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Be part of our WWE Universe 'Coming Home to WrestleMania' music video
All around the world, the WWE Universe anticipates The Grandest Stage in Sports-Entertainment, WrestleMania. This year, WWE.com wants you to show your excitement around WrestleMania 29 by being part of our first-ever crowdsourced WrestleMania music video.
Because no matter how far away you are from New York and New Jersey, all roads lead to WrestleMania 29, April 7, at MetLife Stadium.
Here's how to do it:
1) Print out one of our WrestleMania arrow signs (either 11"x17" or 11"x25") and fill in the amount of miles from where you are to WrestleMania 29 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. ( Check your mileage on Google Maps) Writing the miles number in a thick black marker works best. Or feel free to make up your own arrow sign of any size. Be creative, but please follow the "__ miles to WrestleMania" sign format.
2) Get your friends together, and take your sign to a landmark in your area that might be recognizable. (Example: The Brooklyn Bridge in New York City, Big Ben in London, etc.) It's best to do so during daylight hours to ensure the best lighting for your photo or video.
4) In addition to the photo, you can also record a lip sync video of the chorus to "Coming Home" by Diddy-Dirty Money with your friends while holding your arrow sign. Post your video to your YouTube or Tout account with #WMComingHome in the title. We'll select the best performances for the chorus portions of the video. (See what we did for WWE SummerSlam with "Don't Give Up" by Kevin Rudolf for an idea of what we're looking for.)
And that's how it's done! All submissions must be posted with the hashtag #WMComingHome by Saturday, March 23.
Good luck, WWE Universe, we can't wait to see what you send in!