Although WrestleMania does not need anything to add to the excitement it already creates within the WWE Universe, the location for next year's event may well make it one of the best in recent years.
WrestleMania 32 will air from the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on April 3 2016 and for many of WWE's big-name wrestlers, it will mean the extravaganza will be in their home state.
As talk of such wrestling sensations as the Undertaker and Stone Cold Steve Austin appearing at WrestleMania 32 are just rumours, it is understandable given WrestleMania 31 only took place some weeks ago.
The thought of these wrestlers taking part in the event is however a very appealing one. Some WWE fans have discussed the idea that the Undertaker may take part in his one final match in a wrestling ring before he retires, which would be even more exciting were it to be against Sting.
As for Stone Cold Steve Austin, there has been a number of reasons discussed as to why he did not make an appearance at this year's WrestleMania, but given his emphatic opener alongside Hulk Hogan and The Rock at WrestleMania 30, any segment involving him would surely go down a storm in his home state.
With speculation regarding the WrestleMania 32 line up already growing, another former WWE superstar revealed that the company had approached him regarding a possible appearance on The Grandest Stage Of Them All next year.
Shawn Michaels made a brief appearance at this year's annual event when he came to the aid of Triple H during his match with Sting, but during a chat on JR's podcast, he explained how WWE had already asked him to be involved in Texas in 2016:
"I've already had an offer. I've enjoyed being retired."
Although Michaels' reply can be taken one of two ways, the WWE Universe will be hoping that this means he has enjoyed the time off and is ready to make some form of in-ring return.
Whether this appearance will be at WrestleMania 32 or even sooner however, remains to be seen, but the event would doubtlessly have an incredible atmosphere and impact, should these big names make some form of appearance in their respective home state.
As a company, WWE is no stranger to relying on previous top names making returns in order to maintain excitement and keep followers of World Wrestling Entertainment interested and it looks as though they are set to continue with this method.
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