Booker T explains his role at WrestleMania 37



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Booker T explains his role at WrestleMania 37

In the last few days and especially in the last hours, WWE is trying to grab as many characters as possible to be used in its show par excellence, that flagship that was made world-famous by the company's Chairman, Vince McMahon.

Thanks to the participation of these great characters, coming from the most disparate worlds, such as that of music, cinema or TV, the Stamford-based company is trying to bring as many viewers as possible to follow its product, in a moment that is certainly not.

very easy for the WWE, as for the wrestling world in general. Booker T has opened up about his role at this weekend's WrestleMania 37 pay-per-view. The WWE Hall of Famer will be a part of the pre-show kickoff panel and will also commentate on one of the matches.

Booker T explains his role at WrestleMania 37

After the confirmation of Bad Bunny's participation in a match in the Showcase of the Immortals, which was initially planned to be a single match against The Miz and was then transformed into a tag team match between Bad Bunny himself and Damian Priest against The Miz and John Morrison and the confirmation of participation in the Owens-Zayn match of Logan Paul, another great WWE television screen character wanted to confirm his contribution to Wrestlemania: Booker T.

In his latest interview with the Miami Herald, the two-time WWE Hall of Famer Booker T, he wanted to confirm his presence in that of WrestleMania, both in the preshow, and in the main card itself, in a role that we have now learned to know, that of the commentator.

To the microphones of his interlocutor, Booker T said: "Well, I'll be in the panel (of the preshow ed) and I'll also be a special commentator in one of the matches. Obviously I won't tell you which match I'm talking about."

Without adding anything else, the former WCW World Champion thus confirmed his presence among the commentators of the two evenings dedicated to Wrestlemania matches, with his presence on the ringside, which could probably arrive during the match of his friend Bad Bunny, who arrived in WWE thanks to the song dedicated to the Hall of Famer, which could thus "repay" in some way, going to comment in a professional way on the rapper's first official meeting in the McMahon ring.

As always, WrestleMania 37 is a packed card, but there are a few standout matches. The two men's world title matches, Sasha Banks' match against Bianca Belair for the SmackDown Women's Championship, Seth Rollins vs. Cesaro, and Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn will be matches to look forward to this weekend.