If you ask Brother Love, WWE could very well hold a future WrestleMania show in an arena instead of a stadium, despite the company not running anything but stadiums for “The Showcase of the Immortals” dating all the way back to WrestleMania 22 at Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois back in 2006.
During a recent installment of the Something To Wrestle With Bruce Prichard podcast, the longtime behind-the-scenes executive for WWE and former on-air performer as Brother Love explained why he thinks the company could hold another WrestleMania at an arena like Madison Square Garden in the future.
Additionally, Prichard also shared his thoughts on the WWE Hall of Fame induction of former WCW Executive Vice President Eric Bischoff during WrestleMania 37 Week earlier this month.
Featured below are some of the highlights from the new episode of the official podcast hosted by Bruce Prichard where the legendary pro wrestling personality touches on these particular topics.
On whether or not he thinks it’s possible that WWE holds a future WrestleMania show in an arena instead of a stadium: “Yeah, I do. I could see it happening for a special [anniversary] — WrestleMania 100 type thing. 75th anniversary. 50th anniversary in the [Madison Square] Garden. WrestleMania 4 I thought, wouldn’t it be cool to do 10 of these?”
On his reaction to Eric Bischoff being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame: “Long overdue. Extremely happy for him. We took a very nice photo that day.”
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