With WrestleMania 31 just hours away, fans of World Wrestling Entertainment are already turning their collective attention toward next year’s extravaganza, optimistically speculating that it will be better booked.
“I can’t wait for next year’s ‘Mania,” said fan Tyler McCutcheon while lining up outside Levi’s Stadium, where he will grudgingly watch tonight’s event from his $12,000 ringside seat.
“They can’t botch the booking two years in a row, right?”
Sports “news” website Bleacher Report has already published several-dozen articles predicting the card for WrestleMania 32, as well as several “preliminary reviews” of the event.
WhatCulture, a competitor of Bleacher Report with marginally better spelling, has already published a number of “top 10” lists a such as “10 Reasons Tyson Kidd Will Headline WrestleMania 32,” and “Ten Things About WrestleMania 32 That Don’t Lend Themselves to List Format.”
Longtime wrestling journalist Dave Meltzer, meanwhile, has “confirmed” that CM Punk will face Sami Zayn in the main event.
WWE Chairman Vince McMahon has promised that WrestleMania 32, to be held on April 3 of next year, will be “the greatest sports entertainment spectacular of all time,” which he has also promised annually for the last three decades.