Rob Gronkowski gets Mojo Rawley hyped ahead of WrestleMania

Does Gronk have a future in WWE? (0:49)

Stephanie McMahon reacts to Rob Gronkowski's hype video with WWE superstar Mojo Rawley and shares whether Gronk has a future in professional wrestling. (0:49)

Preparing for a big match in the WWE isn't a straightforward process -- not in the least.

Stretching and meditation are popular methods to help performers find a zone, to maximize relaxation before the chaos and adrenaline rush of the spotlight hit.

Some wrestlers prefer a jolt of caffeine, while others pace back and forth in the locker room awaiting their moment.

Of course, guys like Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins spend a good amount of time making their hair look perpetually wet.

There's "Macho Man" Randy Savage, who was famously fastidious for his methods in rehearsing every nuanced element for his time in the ring.

And then there's Mojo Rawley.

His desire is to have his best friend, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski, smack him across his bare chest with all his might. Because why not? Rawley is hoping this act of masochism will lead him to a victory in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 33.

It goes without saying that serenity is something Mojo never cultivated in his path to the squared circle.

Rawley first met Gronk through the four-time Pro Bowler's two brothers, both of whom played football at Maryland. Gronkowski has been a familiar face alongside Rawley, including this past week at SmackDown Live.

@WWE #Wrestlemania Ready. Getting my mind right with my brother @Gronk. Next Sunday it's going down. I'm winning that Battle Royal!!! #MojoRising #TeamJB

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