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RAW Wrestler Hopes To Be On The WrestleMania 37 Card

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• RAW Wrestler Hopes To Be On The WrestleMania 37 Card

During a recent interview with Vibe & Wrestling, RAW wrestler Angel Garza, nephew of the late Lucha Libre Legend (and Royal Rumble 1997 entrant) Héctor Garza, talked about working hard to be booked on the WrestleMania 37 card.

WrestleMania 37 is going to take place on April 10 and April 11 at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

It will be the first WWE pay-per-view during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic with fans in attendance. Elimination Chamber 2020 was the last WWE pay-per-view to have fans.

On February 7, 2021, the NFL ‘Super Bowl LV’ took place in the same stadium and they had 24,835 fans in the audience, while the full capacity would be 75,000 without the currently required social distancing.

Here’s what Angel Garza had to say about WrestleMania 37:

“Day by day, Monday by Monday, that is what we are training for.

From the moment WrestleMania 36 was over, we start training hard and looking forward to the next WrestleMania.

We wrestle every single Monday to get that spot, to get an opportunity and, if is not the Tag Titles like last year, for sure there will be other opportunities.

WrestleMania will be a two-night event so hopefully I can get a slot, I can get a match in one of those nights.

Every Monday we work hard so we can get a match at WrestleMania.”

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