Bruce Prichard on Being Excited for WrestleMania 37



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Bruce Prichard on Being Excited for WrestleMania 37

Bruce Prichard is a well-known wrestling personality, and he recently revealed that he is excited about WrestleMania 37. WrestleMania 37 is going to be held in front of a live crowd. Only a few people will be allowed to attend the event.

WrestleMania 36 took place mostly in an empty stadium. WrestleMania 36 was full of great matches, including The Undertaker’s last match. However, WrestleMania 36 wasn’t received well by all wrestling fans. In fact, many fans thought that it was underwhelming and most of the matches were not good.

Bruce Prichard on Holding WrestleMania 37 in Front of A Live Crowd

WrestleMania 37 is going to be a great event on paper as many great WWE legends will compete during the event. We will also see Edge perform, and he is one of the top WWE legends that will perform during the event.

The event will take place at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa. It will have 25,000 fans in attendance and will take place over 2 nights. Night one will be on the 10th of April. Night two will be on the 12th of April. On Something To Wrestle, Bruce Prichard spoke about WrestleMania 37.

Bruce is currently working as the Executive Director of RAW and Smackdown. Bruce is really excited about seeing the fans after a very long time. “I can hardly wait,” Prichard said. “You spend your entire life working for that reaction from an audience and that instantaneous reaction.

You have a focus group every single night and that focus group hasn’t been there. So yeah, I’m excited, it will be a wonderful thing”. WWE has so far has held most WrestleMania events inside of North America.

However, Bruce stated that WWE might be interested in holding a WrestleMania event in the UK someday to further its reach. “Expense,” Bruce Prichard said. “You got to get everybody over there, it’s quite expensive.

You’ve got travel, you’ve got the equipment, you’ve got technology. That expense, when you look at time change and everything else, [being] live is a big selling point for pay per views. If you’re doing something at noon on Sunday that you’re used to getting at 6 or 7 in the evening, there’s just going to be less buys in general. The cost is definitely a lot higher”.