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Remembering Limp Bizkit's Performance at WrestleMania XIX on the Eve of WrestleMania XL

Better late than never and on the eve of WrestleMania XL, lets celebrate the 20th Anniversary (technically 21st) of when Limp Bizkit performed live at WrestleMania XIX in 2003 at Safeco Field in Seattle, WA. This was the band's first live show in two years.

At the time, the band's hit "Rollin' (Air Raid Vehicle)" was being used by the WWE Hall of Famer Undertaker as his entrance music, so the band performed the track live in front of 54,000+ fans as Taker came out to the ring on his motorcycle to face off against the Big Show.

At the time of the performance, the band didn't have a permanent guitarist since Wes Borland had left the band, so days prior to the event, Fred Durst announced that Korn guitarist Brian "Head" Welch and Snot guitarist Mike Smith (who would later be named the replacement for Borland) would play with the band.

At the halfway point of the pay-per-view, Bizkit returned to the stage and performed the track "Crack Addict". The song was set to be a single and included on the band's upcoming studio album Results May Vary, but for reasons unknown, it never made the final track list.

Limp Bizkit joined a long list of bands to perform at WrestleMania's including Drowning Pool, Saliva, P.O.D., Motorhead, Rev Theory and New Years Day.