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Michelle McCool Opens Up About Getting Death Threats

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Below are some top WWE news stories of the day, involving Michelle McCool and WrestleMania 41.

• During an interview on her husband The Undertaker’s Six Feet Under podcast, former WWE Women’s Champion Michelle McCool talked about getting death threats from fans.

Here’s what she said:

“Not only did his fans legitimately hate me because they think they’re married to him or something. Sometimes, it’s like death threats.

In that regard I got it, and then of course anything I did or said, not any type of work I put in, was because I was dating The Undertaker. Even from co-workers and it was just like, gosh, it wore on me a lot.”

McCool has mentioned in the past that she retired from WWE because everyone thought she was getting pushed because of her relationship with Undertaker, and she didn’t want that.

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• Although there hasn’t been an official confirmation yet, there is speculation that WrestleMania 41 in 2025 will be held at Minneapolis’ U.S. Bank Stadium.

A clue emerged from Minnesota House Bill 3934, introduced on February 19th, which hinted at a major sporting event coming to the state. Officials refrained from providing specifics at that time.

Interestingly, discussions surrounding the bill alluded to the economic impact of another significant event, potentially WrestleMania, which could rival that of the Super Bowl:

“We have a third event that we are almost ready to announce and I hoped that we could announce it today but we can’t quite yet but we will be sharing that in the next few weeks. This event will provide an economic impact second only to the Super Bowl.”

In an update on this situation, The Minneapolis Star Tribune is reporting that the city of Minneapolis in Minnesota submitted its bid to bring WrestleMania 41 to the U.S. Bank Stadium, which has a capacity of 73,000. The city is a finalist in this auction.

Minnesota Sports and Events President & CEO Wendy Blackshaw revealed that the process to land a WrestleMania is very competitive.

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