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Gable Steveson’s Manager Issues Statement On WWE Release

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Below are some top WWE news stories of the day, involving Gable Steveson and WrestleMania 43.

• Manager Dave Martin has issued the following statement regarding Gable Steveson’s release from WWE:

“Gable Steveson is very grateful for the opportunities he had with WWE and would like to thank everybody in the organization who helped him get there.

He would also like to thank all the fans who have supported him on his professional wrestling journey. Now, Gable is ready to resume competing against elite level competition and looks forward to sharing big news with you all very soon.”

Martin also revealed that multiple NFL teams reached out to Steveson after his WWE release. Steveson has also begun his MMA training for a possible career in the UFC.

Also Read: Reason Behind WWE Releasing Gable Steveson

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• Excitement rippled through the wrestling community with the recent announcement that WrestleMania 41 is set to dazzle fans in Las Vegas in 2025. As discussions buzzed about the potential locations for future WrestleMania extravaganzas, speculation arose suggesting that the iconic event could make a return to Detroit in 2027.

Detroit holds a special place in wrestling history, having previously played host to two memorable WrestleMania editions. The Motor City welcomed the spectacle of WrestleMania III in 1987, a historic event that saw a record-breaking attendance and the legendary clash between Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant. Twenty years later, WrestleMania 23 electrified audiences in 2007, showcasing marquee matchups and unforgettable moments.

Amidst the whispers of WrestleMania’s possible return to Detroit, the Detroit Sports Commission stepped forward to address the speculation. In a statement provided to the Detroit News, the Commission unequivocally denied any ongoing bid or negotiations to host WrestleMania 43 in 2027.

“Contrary to recent speculation, the DSC is not currently in the process of preparing a bid to host WrestleMania in 2027. However, we remain enthusiastic about the prospect of hosting future major WWE events.

The Detroit Sports Commission values its strong relationship with WWE and is proud to have hosted some of their premier events across the Metro Detroit region. The DSC consistently evaluates opportunities and actively pursues bids for potential future events, leveraging our longstanding relationships with national governing bodies, sanctioning bodies, and event owners.

We look forward to continuing our successful partnership with WWE and welcoming more thrilling events to our vibrant city in the years to come.”

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