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HHH Agrees WrestleMania Should Be Held Over Two Nights

This year’s WrestleMania broke the mold, thanks to the coronavirus.

Instead of holding it in Florida as planned, the Show of Shows was moved to the Performance Center and held over two nights.

It was a unique concept that included some truly brilliant moments and because you didn’t need the stamina of a racehorse to make it through 8 hours, it garnered a lot of praise from fans and critics alike, who decided that this should be the way going forward.

It is very unlikely that this is going to happen, not while Vince McMahon is in charge anyway, but the good news is that we have quite a heavyweight in our corner as HHH thinks it should be a two-night event as well.

During his appearance on Corey Graves “After The Bell” podcast, Triple H said;

Well, I mean my opinion is my opinion, but I think it was much more enjoyable than the eight-hour extravaganza. I think at some point that is probably what it should be. It’s just become so big. When you think about it, in a way, it started out as a concert that ended up being a festival, and it’s this week-long thing. When you think about it in that manner now, you know, the Thursday would have been Hall of Fame, Friday was Smackdown, Saturday was going to be Takeover, Sunday would have been WrestleMania, Monday would have been RAW. It’s a week-long festival, and I think that big main-stage attraction needs to be those two nights and it’d be this weekend of events.”

Trips has a very good point here, the size of the event has become so huge that it really does need to be spread out more.

And it’s not just the WWE who make good bank off of WrestleMania, as independent companies and wrestlers all congregate in whatever place they’re holding the event to give fans a smorgasbord of shows and events from which to pick and choose.

Pushing WrestleMania to two days would make perfect sense, even if it meant some schedule adjustments would have to happen. Even if we don’t get it just yet, I fully expect it to become a permanent fixture when The Game finally takes the reigns.

 

 

Written by Neil Gray

SPOBS very own Mouth Of The South (West)

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