World Wrestling Entertainment's RAW brand made a stop in State College for their house show circuit on Saturday night. Professional wrestlers, in order to be able to throw other professional wrestlers across the ring, need to work out and Penn State head coach James Franklin was more than willing to open up the football facilities to some of WWE's finest, including former Florida Gator player Titus O'Neil.
Shoutout to my guy @PennStateFball Head Coach @coachjfranklin for always opening the doors with 1st class Hospitality when I visit Happy Valley. Looking forward to have you and the #NittanyLions Family at @WWE Live tonight #WWEStateCollege pic.twitter.com/xvBKRNUWNS— Titus O'Neil (@TitusONeilWWE) January 20, 2018
O'Neil was there with his fellow Titus Worldwide member, Apollo Crews.
One of Franklin's former players-turned-Superstar wasn't in State College, but only had great things to say about the former Maryland offensive coordinator.
Coach also posed for a picture, walked with Elias, and said YEAHHHHHHHHHHHH with some of those in town.
CJF wasn't the only member of the coaching staff to get into the festivities.
Franklin did not just open up the weight room to WWE Superstars. He got in on the act in the Bryce Jordan Center as well by becoming a member of #TitusWorldwide.
James Franklin is a man of the people pic.twitter.com/rjx6ibN5sx— Jeff Spanmoth, DC, ACVC (@hungerlordjrjr) January 21, 2018
Welcome to the #TitusWorldWide Family @PennStateFball and Head Football coach @coachjfranklin Proud if your success as a coach and respect you as a Man&Friend. @ApolloCrews @DanaBrookeWWE and a missing @NiaJaxWWE pic.twitter.com/AoRTzg3w2U— Titus O'Neil (@TitusONeilWWE) January 21, 2018
Professional wrestling is the best.