• WWE Considering Building A Physical Hall Of Fame With 3D Technology
Old School WWF Legend Triple H and his wife Stephanie McMahon were interviewed on A&E’s ‘The Quest For Lost WWE Treasures’, where The Game revealed that they want an interactive physical WWE Hall Of Fame building with 3D technology.
HHH mentioned that WWE is actually considering the idea at the moment.
Here’s what he said:
“For me to say it’s on the way makes it sound like we’re already building it, it is definitely something we’ve contemplated. It has to be done right.
It’s funny, people go, ‘That would be fascinating to go to to see somebody’s old trunks.’
Hall of Fames like that, physical Hall of Fames and museums like that tend to be money pits and not do well because over time, people lost interest.
You need to make it something more, and I think if it was interactive with technology the way that it is now. There are those objects and things that people can see and be wowed by, but also, there’s reasons to keep going back.
I’m of the opinion that there needs to be more than a thing you go to one time and go, ‘That was neat. I saw some boots’ but more of a you got to go see this.
I was there. There’s a virtual this. There’s a 3D that. There’s a technology that takes you to another level like Disney where you go see these incredible things but also have these mind-blowing experiences around WWE, and you can spend the day there.
You can go there and meet some legends and see people doing Q and A’s and maybe it’s part of our developmental where there’s matches happening.
There’s a lot of thought being put into it and a lot of being put around it.
If you were to say, and it’s not, clearly, my final decision always, but if you were to say, is that something that I am bullish about doing in the future? Absolutely.”
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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (April 26, 2014) – Old School WCW Announcer Passed Away
On this day in 2014, we lost Old School Wrestling announcer Lee Marshall at the age of 64 due to esophageal cancer.
Lee Marshall most notably worked for Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association and later for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling.
He was also the ring announcer for the Los Angeles portion of WWF WrestleMania 2 in 1986.
REST IN PEACE LEE MARSHALL
November 28, 1949 – April 26, 2014