In recent months there has been a lot of talk about what WWE could offer in its Road to WrestleMania 37, which is nothing more than the imaginary "road" that wrestlers, insiders and fans of the Stamford-based company travel which starts from the Royal Rumble and goes up to the Showcase of the Immortals.
As every year, from the beginning of January the most disparate rumors begin to circulate online, with the names of the WWE top fighters who should fill the show card of the shows, especially for those who are the cartel matches of the event and which therefore also include the winners of the Royal Rumble and the respective world champions of the roster of the Stamford company.
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Apparently, if in recent years the WWE has not been able to do without the huge names of top Superstars such as Brock Lesnar and Bill Goldberg, for this year, it would seem that the management has instead decided to avoid their inclusion within the card of the most anticipated event of the year.
As reported in one of the latest updates of the Wrestling Observer, through the words of the usual Dave Meltzer, in fact, The Undertaker should also stay at home, having announced his retirement in the latest edition of the Survivor Series.
Speaking to the Observer Newsletter, Meltzer said: "No Goldberg, no Undertaker, no Lesnar. So, they've decided to take away some of the show's biggest attractions and Edge won't be able to replace them all.
We have already seen it. He just won't be able to. Edge looks old. Edge will receive a lot of criticism. "After John Cena's possible waiver of a possible participation in the Showcase of the Immortals, it seems that the only great wrestler of the company's past who will take part in the April event, will be Edge, which has already received the first criticisms from Meltzer, who apparently rejected the Rated R Superstar for his look and his style now out of shape according to him.
According to Meltzer, Tampa Bay officials held a meeting this week, which is where WWE's apparent plans were disclosed. Tickets for WrestleMania 37 will go on sale this Tuesday, with the most expensive seats in the house setting fans back a whopping $2,500 per ticket, per night.
WrestleMania 37 will be the first event in over a year where WWE allows fans to attend live. Given that the COVID-19 pandemic is still ongoing, it will be interesting to see how many tickets WWE sells for WrestleMania's two nights.