WWE's current progress with WrestleMania card



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WWE's current progress with WrestleMania card

After a terrible year, almost totally to be canceled due to the worldwide pandemic that has also hit the pro-wrestling world hard, very slowly WWE is trying to slowly return to normal, with the first event in which fans of the WWE Universe live which has already been confirmed by the Stamford-based company and will be: WrestleMania 37.

After a year full of surprises, which WWE had to partly invent at the moment, due to the serious defections in its roster, due to the large temporary losses of Roman Reigns, Becky Lynch, Charlotte Flair, Seth Rollins, Sami Zayn and many other wrestlers, who have remained away from the scene for the most disparate reasons, the WWE is therefore preparing to prepare its ppv par excellence, the Showcase of the Immortals.

Latest news on WrestleMania 37

Although the Stamford-based federation has moved forward with the work, confirming the next three editions of WrestleMania, namely number 37, 38 and 39, complete with new dates and new locations, apparently the creative team would still be on the high seas with this year's edition card.

According to what was revealed in the last few hours by the well-known Wrestling Observer site, through the words of Dave Meltzer, WWE would still be far from planning the entire Showcase of the Immortals, indeed, for the moment there would not even be an already official match within the backstage.

As revealed by Meltzer, in fact: "There are no plans. They still have nothing to book for Wrestlemania, if not the fact of keeping it in two days. The only thing decided for the moment is just that" Apparently, some plans could begin to take shape in the next few days, with some of the biggest Superstars sure to be part of the main card of the event, such as Roman Reigns, Drew McIntyre and Randy Orton, but for the moment no big match or big feud would be discussed for the most anticipated event of the year.

WWE has in fact been working week by week lately, with its athletes having a hard time keeping up with all the last-second changes Vince McMahon and Bruce Prichard wanted. There have been many Superstars over the years who have defined WrestleMania, but few have done so the way Triple H has.

He has the second most WrestleMania appearances behind The Undertaker and has had several iconic matches at The Grandest Stage of Them All. Triple H missed WrestleMania for the first time in 13 years in 2020. But unlike 2007, it wasn't due to injury.

Triple H revealed that he was glad not to be a part of WrestleMania 36, stating that he's a full-time office guy now: "Right now, I'm a full-time office guy. It's funny, ironically I wasn't scheduled to be in this year's WrestleMania anyway.

Every year as time goes by, it gets more and more hectic for me. Getting in the ring just becomes an added burden. Especially this year, with the way things turned out, and what we have to accomplish, I was very thankful I wasn't scheduled to be in the ring this year, because it would have been almost virtually impossible to do everything else that's happening."