Post by johnnyaustin21 on Jul 11, 2018 18:46:56 GMT -5
Terrible idea but seems pretty likely with the state that the WWE is in.I really hope that Triple H can talk some sense into Vince on this one.As pretty much everyone else stated just call these super shows over seas something else like Starcade or even Wrestlefest like they did back in the late 80's and early 90's.Really don't think throwing the name "Wrestlemania" on these international shows would spike that much more interest in the show then if it was called something else.What people really care about is who's actually on the card and the match ups.Like this upcoming show from down under people will go to the show and watch because all of the big named stars on the current roster are their and because you get to see possibly for the final time Undertaker & Triple H and on top of that wrestling each other.Thats whats bringing the people to the arena and not the name of the show.
Wrestlemania and Wrestlemania International / Global
I'm okay with a second rate WM coming to the United Kingdom
It would be awesome if they came to Scotland. It would really be a surreal experience for fans here who have never attended a wrestlemania before. I've always said it's a matter of time before wwe decides to put on a supershow outside the US. For instance, as wrestlemania has never taken place outside America I think we would be great hosts.
The SSE Hydro in Glasgow would be a perfect arena. Hope your listening Vinnie Mac.
Only downside of the hydro is the capacity is like 30k, our Millennium Stadium has a 75k capacity cant imagine WWE doing anything big outside of London or atleast England though.
Post by TheMisterChase on Jul 11, 2018 23:32:07 GMT -5
Yuck. You mess up the lineage of the event. lessen its prestige just for an overseas cash grab. Whatever they do, it will not be Mania, just as the Greatest Rumble wasn’t THE Rumble. Stupid and purely for dollar signs. Sad to see WWE becoming a shell of its former self. A fan for 25 years and never felt as pushed away by the company as now.