Florida Georgia Line Appear on WWE’s Monday Night RAW

The duo took a different type of stage when they played their chart-topping smash “Round Here.”

photo by John Russell/CMA

Florida Georgia Line has played to many packed arenas and showrooms in their career, but this past Monday (Nov. 18), the duo took a different type of stage when they played their chart-topping smash “Round Here” from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena as part of the WWE’s Monday Night RAW.

FGL’s Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard performed from the top of the walkway leading to the ring, as wrestling fans were treated to a break in all the action to see what country music’s hottest new act was all about. They didn’t disappoint in any aspect, even throwing in some explosives throughout the song to keep the wresting fans fired up.

Brian and Tyler were able to spend some time backstage mingling with many of the wrestlers Monday night, including The Big Show. Tyler posted a photo with the star on his personal Instragram account with the caption, “Largest man I’ve ever met.”  

Fans who missed FGL’s performance on RAW can catch it below:


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