WWE announced earlier this week the location of WrestleMania 37 next year, and Seth Rollins has already pitched the match he would like to have at the event.
WWE revealed on Monday that WrestleMania 37 will be taking place at SoFi Stadium and Hollywood Park in Los Angeles on March 28, 2021.
The Showcase of Immortals has been hosted in the area before, as this is where WrestleMania 21 took place back in 2005. WrestleMania II, VII, XII, and 16 also took place in the area.
As you’d expect, in the days following the announcement, WWE superstars were already pitching their matches and who they would like to face at the event.
Seth Rollins revealed who he’d like to face at WrestleMania 37 on Twitter, as he pitched an angle with no other than Hulk Hogan.
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The Monday Night Messiah pitched a Hollywood storyline fitting for the occasion for him and The Hulkster at next year’s Showcase of Immortals.
Rollins said in his tweet: “The greatest wrestling company in the world bringing the greatest event of the year to LA in 2021 #hollywoodrollins vs. #hollywoodhogan Book it, brother! @WWE @HulkHogan”
Rollins vs Hogan would be a cool match to have at WrestleMania, but whether or not WWE will book it is a different story.
The soon-to-be two-time Hall of Famer has been begging WWE to give him one more match in their squared circle now for several years now.
Hogan has stated several times that he can’t live with himself knowing his last wrestling match was with TNA, so he’s desperate to have one more match to end his career in the place he made his name.
Back in November last year, The Hulkster underwent back surgery and he is healing up faster than his doctors expected, but this doesn’t mean he will be cleared to compete by WWE.
We’ll have to wait and see if Rollins gets his wish of sharing the squared circle with Hogan, and if Hogan gets his wish of having one final match with the company that helped him become the superstar he is today.News Now - Sport News