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Major Update Regarding WrestleMania 37’s Look

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• Major Update Regarding WrestleMania 37’s Look

WrestleMania 37 will be WWE’s biggest show of 2021 and just like last year’s WrestleMania 36, this year’s Show of Shows will also be a two night event, taking place on April 10th & 11th.

However, there’s a major difference between WrestleMania 36 & 37. WrestleMania 37 will take place at the Raymond James Stadium and fans will be attending the show in limited capacity.

Due to limited capacity, there will be empty seats in between and that will look bad on TV.

However, WWE has a solution for it, which is something that was used at Super Bowl last night as well – cutouts.

You can check out some photos below (last night’s Super Bowl also took place at the Raymond James Stadium):

Here’s Wrestlevotes reported about it:

“Good news! Text from a source just now saying WWE will 100% discuss having the cutouts again. Says ‘it’s beyond dumb to not, RJS looked wonderful for what it was.'”

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• WWF Attitude Era Legend Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Attitude Era Legend The Big Show (Real name: Paul Wight) celebrates his 49th birthday today.

As a WCW Original, who was trained in the famous ‘WCW Power Plant’ wrestling school. He debuted for Ted Turner’s promotion in 1995, billed as André The Giant’s son called “The Giant”.

The Giant worked his first storyline (and won the World Title in his first official match) against the greatest name in the history of this business, Hulk Hogan.

After leaving World Championship Wrestling in early February 1999, he signed with the World Wrestling Federation right away and debuted at the February 14th ‘WWF In Your House 27: St. Valentine’s Day Massacre’ PPV under his real name, Paul Wight.

Soon adopting the name ‘The Big Show’, he kept working for the (now renamed) WWE ever since (with the exception of his hiatus in 2007) and is still with the company nowadays.

Being one of the greatest giants of all time, he is also the ONLY wrestler in history who won the WWF/WWE Championship, the World Heavyweight Championship (WWE), the WCW World Heavyweight Championship and the ECW World Heavyweight Championship.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY BIG SHOW!

        
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