Vince McMahon wants WrestleMania 32 to break records. McMahon wants it to sell out AT&T Stadium, the home of the Dallas Cowboys. They’ve never participated in that stadium before, until now. To properly sell out a stadium that can fit over 100,000 people, the WWE must provide the fans with a card to not miss.
The WWE has attempted to grab several WWE legends for WrestleMania 32, but one has already turned it down. In an earlier report by the Inquisitr, Shawn Michaels was offered a huge role at WrestleMania 32, but he turned down the WWE’s inquiry for him to appear at the major event.
Michaels feels that he has nothing left to do inside the WWE. Once a year, the Heartbreak Kid returns to WWE to promote something, or just to come back for TV time. However, his days in a wrestling ring are likely over, as WrestleMania 32 would’ve been a prime opportunity to return.
Either way, Vince McMahon is on the verge of getting a few major WWE legends to wrestle at WrestleMania 32. According to Daily Wrestling News, one WWE Hall of Fame wrestler and another WWE legend are rumored to compete at AT&T Stadium.
“Vince still wants to do Sting vs. The Undertaker next year and one idea brought up had Taker going into the WWE Hall of Fame the night before.
All three matches Daily Wrestling News wrote on are very realistic at this point. Brock Lesnar, John Cena, and Triple H are nearly guaranteed for WrestleMania 32. The other wrestlers aren’t confirmed. As for Sting and the Undertaker, that match has been rumored since WrestleMania 31. Both men are wrestling on borrowed time, and this upcoming WrestleMania may have one year left.
The Rock and Hulk Hogan are the ultimate question marks. With Rock’s movie career and Hogan’s health, that might not be situated until later this year. Inside the report, Vince McMahon likes to have the WrestleMania main events planned by SummerSlam. Of course, anything can change, but more information should become available by September.
WWE Creative and Vince McMahon were at a meeting, and the CEO stressed the importance of WrestleMania 32. If the WWE can put together a “fantasy card,” then WWE fans will never forget this event.
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