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WWE: McMahon-Company hofft weiter auf Weltrekord bei WrestleMania

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(11.03.2012) Rumors, written by therockingking

Published on: 11.03.2012, 16:12
Category: Rumors
Source: Lords Of Pain
Topic: WrestleMania-Buzz
Discussion: Thread on the Cageboard
World Wrestling Entertainment hat weiterhin Hoffnungen, bei WrestleMania 28 einen Weltrekord zu brechen: Und zwar den Rekord für die meisten Menschen, die zugleich an einem Ort eine Maske tragen. Auslöser für dieses Ereignis soll ein Match zwischen Rey Mysterio und Sin Cara werden. Doch ob das Match überhaupt stattfinden kann, steht noch gar nicht fest. Für beide Worker gibt es nach ihrer Verletzungspause noch keine Freigabe für den Ring.

Sollte es nicht möglich sein, das Match auf die Beine zu stellen, gebe es für den Weltrekordversuch noch einen Plan B. Sollte die WWE sich dazu entscheiden, würden beiden Männer in einem Angle vor dem Publikum auftreten, um so den Rekordversuch zu starten.

Abhängig von einem möglichen Match zwischen Rey Mysterio und Sin Cara seien allerdings auch die WrestleMania-Pläne von Alberto Del Rio. Er war zuletzt bereits wieder backstage bei RAW anwesend und war bei einer Houseshow auch wieder im Ring aktiv. Er ist bereit fürs WWE-TV und warte nur darauf, dass das Kreativ-Team etwas für ihn habe. Ohne Rey Mysterio und Sin Cara wäre Del Rio dann der einzige große Latin-Star bei WrestleMania – und daher sei man vorsichtig, ihn nach seiner Leistenverletzung nicht zu früh zurückkehren zu lassen und damit eine erneute Verletzung zu risikieren.

Und noch eine kleine WrestleMania-Bemerkung: Noch ein weiteres Match ist nicht sicher auf der Card des Megaevents. Die WWE-Offiziellen sollen immer noch darüber diskutieren, ob man ein Diven-Match vor oder während der Show zeigen sollte. Fest scheint nur zu stehen, dass die ursprünglichen Pläne, die entweder ein Match zwischen Beth Phoenix und Kharma oder zwischen Phoenix und Natalya vorsahen, geändert wurden.
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