The Century 21 Lakers will have a special guest to drop the ball at the fifth game of the Lakers-Six Nations game tonight (Tuesday) at 8 p.m. at the Memorial Centre.
World Wrestling Entertainment wrestler, Peterborough born and raised Bobby Roode, will be at the game to perform opening ceremonies.
He grew up a fan of the game of lacrosse through his childhood friendship with lacrosse superstar John Grant JR
He made his long awaited WWE debut on August 20 in front of more than 15,000 people in a sold out Barclays Center in Brooklyn NY on Summerslam weekend.
The next day his entrance song Glorious Domination went #1 on ITunes on the soundtrack chart, and his entrance from that show has had over 1 million YouTube downloads since his debut
The Lakers are leading the series 3-1 but took an 8-1 loss Sunday at Six Nations so they are hoping their seventh player, the fans, will come out and support the team tonight (Tuesday). The winner of the best of seven series gets to host the Mann Cup championship finals, emblematic of the Canadian championship, which takes place next month.