Stephanie McMahon spoke to TMA and explained the current plans regarding fan attendance for Wrestlemania 37
More WrestleMania weekend updates have been rumoured, including the concept of a fan-less Hall of Fame.
Not only have WWE finally confirmed a change of date and venue for this year’s WrestleMania, but they have also confirmed full details for their events in 2022 AND 2023.
One of the most iconic WrestleMania venues in WWE history is due to be demolished by 2022 to make way for a new stadium as well as a housing and commercial development.
With the location of next year’s WrestleMania seemingly changed, it would now seem like the date could be moved as well in the hope of being allowed a crowd.
The WWE Champion doesn’t hold back on who he wants to face next on Raw if the Draft works in his favour, and mentions a certain WrestleMania match he wants to have.
According to reliable local sources, Florida’s governor is soon to permit sports organisations to hold full capacity stadium events.
The Rock recently spoke about who he would like to face if he wrestled again. His choice will not surprise anyone…
Although it’s an awful long way off to confirm anything in the current climate, it would appear WWE have some competition for their announced venues during WrestleMania week.
WWE await a decision from the state of California on large-scale gatherings as the fate of WrestleMania 37 in Los Angeles hangs in the balance.
Could we see a new WWE Champion soon? It may be in Drew McIntyre’s best interests, explains our writer.
Ric Flair has recently spoken about his feeling that he never had a WrestleMania match he would class as ‘great’. We respectfully disagree.
Roman Reigns was interviewed this week by Kayla Braxton and discussed his ‘disappointing’ WrestleMania match with WWE legend, The Undertaker.
A young Scottish author has written a book about his WWE dreams to raise money for his local NHS charity. Stars including HHH and Drew McIntyre have shown their support.
The latest episode of the HOW To Be Great Podcast is here. Rob & Paul discuss the best WrestleMania of all time…Based on the top two matches on the card only.