Snoop Dogg drops original verse for Monday Night Football theme song to mark Eagles and Chiefs’ Super Bowl rematch sending NFL fans wild: ‘He’s the real GOAT’

  • The Eagles and Chiefs met on Monday for the first time since Super Bowl LVII
  • And Snoop Dogg marked the occasion with some new MNF theme song lyrics
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Snoop Dogg debuted a brand new verse for Monday Night Football’s theme song – and fans are loving it.

It was a special occasion in Kansas City as the Chiefs and Eagles played for the first time since the Super Bowl in February.

And Snoop Dogg wrote some original rhymes for the highly-anticipated contest, with the updated theme song premiering before the game on ESPN.

The 52-year-old MC began his verse, ‘Monday night magic, instant classic. Super Bowl sequel – had to rematch it.’

Fans were full of praise for the artist online, with one writing ‘Nobody knew we needed a @ChrisStapleton and @SnoopDogg collab… but we really did.’

Snoop Dogg wrote a new MNF theme song verse for the Eagles vs. Chiefs matchup

Another cleverly wrote, ‘This Chris Snoopleton collab is what America needed.’

Country artist Stapleton was announced as part of the new Monday Night Football theme song alongside Snoop Dogg and drummer Cindy Blackman Santana in September.

Regarding Snoop Dogg’s new verse, a different fan added,’ He’s the real goat of all rappers.’

‘Real bars man,’ another quipped.

The Super Bowl rematch comes with the Eagles and Chiefs both having strong seasons.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) is sacked by the Eagles' Haason Reddick

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) is sacked by the Eagles’ Haason Reddick

 Philly was 8-1 entering the game, while Kansas City was 7-2.

Of course, the game was also another iteration of the ‘Kelce bowl,’ with brothers Travis and Jason facing off.

Travis was seen entering Arrowhead Stadium in a red jacket, Chiefs hat and light blue jeans.

Jason, meanwhile, sported his varsity jacket from Cleveland Heights High School along with his signature flip flops.