It had been previously reported that WWE has some initial plans for WrestleMania 37 in the works. Among them are to have a two-night event, with three hours of content each night, along with about 25,000 fans in attendance at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.

But what exactly will be on the show?

Below is what the creative team is working on, courtesy of the WrestleVotes Twitter account:

Once a decision was made to run the 2-night card for Mania, the creative team started working on “bigger” ideas. The thought is WWE now needs 4 MAJOR matches, 2 per show. That probably requires outside assistance from big names. Cena & Goldberg nearly locks. Rock unlikely. Taker TBD.

Follow up on the Taker part. The majority of those backstage think he’s done. And rightfully so. However, it only takes one call, from one usually conVINCing man to change all that.

Goldberg is currently scheduled to face Drew McIntyre for the WWE Championship at the Royal Rumble later this month.

Check out what we got at last year’s show:

Editor’s Opinion:

Hearing this news is nothing out of the ordinary, as WWE always brings back major names for its biggest show of the year. We’ll see if these thoughts have anything to do with the results of this year’s Royal Rumble; however, I do feel that we will know more about this year’s WrestleMania based on that event.

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