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Sporting News: Wrestlemania 32 announced for Dallas


Nothing much to this one, but I figured that they took the time to send me the heavily trademarked press release so I could least pass it on. 

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  1. What? You mean Road Dogg just used up all his Dallas Cowboy suck up material on Raw when he had a WrestleMania he could have done it on? I feel ripped off now.

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  2. When was the last time a WrestleMania didn't sell out? Because this will be the next one unless they get Austin.

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  3. Any wrestlers from Texas that are big in wwe that could main event ?

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  4. Cowboy Roman Reigns, y'all.

    Like Vince wouldn't retcon that.

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  5. It's gonna be fun Maggle!

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  6. A couple hours drive for me. I may have to go...

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  7. HELL YEAH! ROOOOOOAD TRIP!!!

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  8. I said it in the daily thread, but imagine how many millions Vince will spend on part-timers in order to fill 100k seats.

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  9. Rock! Time to clear your schedule, you've got a nice offer coming your way!

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  10. Austin! Rock! Brock! Batista! Goldberg! Triple H! Undertaker! Jericho! RVD! Sting!

    WrestleMania 32:More part-timers than the lunch shift at your local McDonald's!

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  11. If WWE stays in the direction they're going in, by January they'll announce that they're moving the show to the American Airlines Center out of concerns of a sniper going after Rusev.

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  12. I'm surprised WWE Didn't leak this to TMZ, too. "We're real news! Cover us! COVER US!"

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  13. They'll be jobbing clean so they know their place.

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  14. Taken from elswhere. . . .

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  15. Hey, at least Chris Christie's presidential campaign will have flamed out by then so he can spend all the time he wants away from NJ and in Dallas.

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  16. I see where your head's at and I LOVE IT.

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  17. "Hey, pal! You like those comic books and horror movies, right? Well, let me tell you what's on the way to your apartment, Punk!"

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  18. Cena/Rock III.

    I mean, why not? Bottom line, the program drew.

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  19. Terrorism threats are NOT FUN, MAGGLE.

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  20. "Pop culture extravaganza"? Really?

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  21. Would Rock even fill 100k? I'm thinking it's Austin or bust.

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  22. Idk anymore. 2001 rock - austin could easily but that will.be 15 years later! I don't like this

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  23. Lots of them the last ten years have been papered on the last day. Mania 2008 was HEAVILY papered to fill the stadium

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  24. As long as he gets around 65-70 he can just lie about it.

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  25. Hogan, Austin, HBK, The Rock, and HHH vs CENA, Punk, Bryan, Ziggler, and Reigns in a WARGAMES match. CENA turns heel forcing Dolph to submit. CENA is finally a MADE MAN and goes on a one year rampage until CM PUNK finally comes back for one last match to face CENA the next Wrestlemania with Special Guest Referee Shawn Michaels. CENA wins by a "fast count." Those part timers meet at the next Wrestlemania.

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  26. Dallas is one of wrestling's best markets. This WM will sell. Unless 2015 really continues the downward trend 2014 did.

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  27. Remember when Jerry Jones built this stadium, and people were practically laughing at it's size? The Cowboys could move out of town, and he could still make a billion dollars hosting major events.

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  28. Wrestling + Florida Georgia Line = Pop Culture Extravaganza

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  29. This has been known for like two years. No details on 33 still.

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  30. Adam "Colorado" CurryJanuary 21, 2015 at 4:34 AM

    Scott gets paid for copying and pasting an email WWE sent him. And we call Kevin Nash the smartest guy in the business...

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  31. Even if it does, they could still easily fill 80,000 of those seats and comp out the rest if they feel it's that important.

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  32. Austin vs Undertaker Part MMCXCV or so

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  33. The Super Bowl already has been at the stadium.

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  34. Do you think this might have been timed for an Austin return?


    I know this is a couple years in the making, but you have to think that Steve might be planning on that scale too.

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