WWE News & Gossip Sammelthread (März 2021)

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    Original geschrieben von TheGermanMessiah:
    Laut WrestleVotes plant man bei WWE für den ersten Entrance vor großem Publikum bei „WrestleMania 37“ etwas Großes. Dieses Vorhaben könnte auch zur Folge haben, dass es zumindest an Tag 1 auch kein Match bei der Pre-Show geben wird, da man sich diesen großen Entrance natürlich für die Main Show aufsparen möchte. Den allerersten Entrance vor einem großen Publikum seit über einem Jahr sieht man bei WWE als „big deal“ an, für den das Creative Team aktuell einige Optionen diskutiert.

    Das heißt für die Zuschauer am TV sicherlich wieder allerlei tolle 3D-Effekte. ^^

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  • Irgendwie glaube ich schon, dass man da mittlerweile lockerer ist bzw. Ausnahmen durchaus gegeben sind. Wäre schön, wenn man da auf professionellerer Ebene zusammenarbeiten könnte, ohne zu viel HASS~! zu versprühen. :)

  • Wenn Jericho und Austin es bringen über AEW zu reden, dann ist was los. ^^

  • Paar Details von Sports Illustrated zu Jericho und wie es dazu kam:

    AEW’s Chris Jericho will make his return to the WWE Network in an interview on Steve Austin’s “Broken Skull Sessions” that will air after the conclusion of the second night of “WrestleMania.”

    “Having someone from there on a WWE show, especially the caliber of Chris Jericho, is pretty damn cool,” Austin says. “Chris spent almost 20 years in WWE. When you talk about best runs in the history of the business, Chris Jericho’s name is going to come up.”

    Naturally, the immediate question is, how did this come together?

    “I was having a beer one night after my Broken Skull Sessions interview with The Undertaker aired, and out of the blue, Chris Jericho reached out and said, ‘Man, that was a great interview,’” Austin says. “I sent him back a couple of those emojis, one of a beer mug and the other of an eagle, and then he called me right then and there.

    “We got to talking. I’ve always respected the hell out of his career, and I’m glad they’re around—it gives the guys and girls in professional wrestling more places to work. I said, ‘I’d love to have you on the show.’ And he said he’d love to do it, so I checked with Vince about it.”

    “I texted Vince and said we had this badass idea about Jericho coming on the show,” Austin says. “Vince goes, ‘It’s cool. Go ahead.’ But me and Vince don’t always do well with phones and texts and all that, so I texted one more time, ‘Are you sure it’s OK to have Chris Jericho on the show?’ Vince gave me the thumbs up, and Chris came out to do the show.”

    Sports Illustrated confirmed that AEW president Tony Khan also gave his approval to Jericho, which is not surprising considering to the amount of respect and trust he has for both Austin and Jericho. Yet it is rare to see an active talent from a different promotion featured on WWE programming.


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