Report: WWE WrestleMania 37 To Be "A Parade Of Former Stars"
Going back to the legends well
With WrestleMania 37 once again taking place over two nights, WWE has reportedly reached out to some of their part-time stars and John Cena and Goldberg are "nearly locks" for April 10 and April 11.
Cena and Goldberg may not be the only stars of the past appearing at The Showcase Of The Immortals, though. According to Sportskeeda, "a parade of former stars" will make special appearances or be involved in major matches at 'Mania. Some of them will reportedly be at the event to "put their brand of acceptance" on the current generation of Superstars.
Names that could appear at 'Mania include Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin.
This won't be the first time WWE has prominently featured former stars and part-time wrestlers at The Show Of Shows. WrestleMania 36 alone featured the likes of John Cena, The Undertaker and Edge in key matches and Goldberg and Brock Lesnar entered the show as Universal Champion and WWE Champion respectively.