We are merely two weeks away from the biggest event of the wrestling calendar year when WWE presents WrestleMania 32 live from Dallas, Texas, but it seems many WWE executives have already switched their focus to next year's edition of the annual event.
It is thought that WWE is quite disappointed with the card for the event that they were hoping to break the attendance record with this year.
The hope was that they would have much more anticipated matches and some of their bigger stars would be a part of the event, but instead they have been injury hit and many stars have already pulled out.
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WWE were first hoping to have The Rock and Ronda Rousey as part of their card but both stars have said that they are not available to wrestle.
Shawn Michaels was then asked for a one off return because WrestleMania is in his home state, but he was said to have turned WWE down flat.
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This year's event has gone from rumors making it one of the biggest, to having one of the worst cards in the history of the event and it could event see NXT Takeover: Dallas rated above its main roster show.
This is the first year in over a decade that John Cena will not be a part of WrestleMania, not to mention Randy Orton and former WWE World Heavyweight Champion Seth Rollins.
Every Champion that left Santa Clara, California last year is currently on WWE's injury list as well as many others including recent casualty Neville.
This influx of injuries has left WWE's locker room threadbare and now sees WWE competing with themselves as they present NXT Takeover Dallas just two days before the event, with many of the WWE Universe predicting that this will be the event of the weekend.
WRESTLEMANIA 33 TO BE HISTORIC?
Current reports suggest that Vince McMahon has big plans for next year's event which has been announced to take place from Orlando, Florida.
WWE are aware that it's quite unlikely now that WrestleMania 32 will break the attendance record at the AT&T Stadium, but rumors suggest that these plans could be bigger than just breaking the attendance record.
It is unknown what these reports are linked to, but with WWE's current predicament, it makes sense that they are already making sure that they are not in this position in 2017. WrestleMania 32 still has two weeks of build up left, a lot can change in 14 days.
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