There are now just over 48 hours left for the Royal Rumble, the first major wrestling event of this 2021 and which will lead the way to the edition of WrestleMania 37, a show that will see the public return to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, and which will see an event divided into two nights, 10 and 11 April 2021.
According to Wrestling Observer colleague Dave Meltzer, WWE is still on the high seas for what concerns the most important show of its schedule and it is yet unknown what will happen. The latest rumors regarding what will happen at Wrestlemania 37 state that WWE has only scheduled one match for the Show of The Immortals.
WrestleMania 37 reportedly will be a parade of former stars
As confirmed by the well-known Dave Meltzer, WWE should see WWE Tribal Chief Roman Reigns as the only sure thing in the big match of WrestleMania, who, unless sensational surprises, should play the match valid for the WWE Universal Championship.
According to Meltzer, the match starring Roman Reigns will certainly not see Shinsuke Nakamura as the protagonist but could instead see a sensational return to the top of the WWE. Usually, the WWE plans months ago what will happen at Wrestlemania, but this year thanks to the pandemic and various situations in the making the situation are still blocked: according to Meltzer this had never happened and at the moment there is absolute uncertainty.
According to the latest rumors reported by Sportskeeda Wrestling at WrestleMania 37, John Cena, Hulk Hogan and other great stars of the federation were considered. Here are the latest: "WWE is following a proven model for bringing back part-time wrestlers and special appearances.
It is thought that in this Wrestlemania there may be several former stars who will put a sort of 'acceptance mark' on the new generation 'Once the two nights are defined precisely the creative team will work on bigger ideas with the aim of Vince McMahon of having at least 4 main matches, 2 per evening and for this reason it is very likely the grafting of styles like John Cena and Goldberg, we do not know about The Undertaker while it is unlikely to see The Rock."
WWE Royal Rumble 2021 is set to take place this weekend on January 31, 2021, and it will officially launch the Road to WrestleMania 37. WWE programming hasn't directly teased what fans can expect to see at "The Showcase of the Immortals."
But by the end of the pay-per-view this weekend, the WWE Universe should have a better idea of the championship scene heading into WrestleMania 37.