GUNTHER Thinks WrestleMania In England Is Possible

GUNTHER WWE Intercontinental Champion

GUNTHER discusses the possibility of a WrestleMania in Europe.

With AEW about to put well over 70,000 people in Wembley Stadium in London on the back of WWE’s success at Clash at the Castle in Cardiff, Wales in 2022, many are wondering what that means for the future of major shows in the UK could be and if WrestleMania could ever be held across the pond.

Speaking to the Daily Mail, GUNTHER discussed his experience at Money In The Bank in London, England where he successfully defended the Intercontinental Championship in a country he knows very well:

‘It was fantastic. I’ve had many great experiences and matches throughout my career in England, and London specifically, and it was the first time we got to do a PLE at the O2 – which is a great building.

“I always love the fan interaction during the matches in England because it’s just different. It’s more based on the football chants, and I really enjoyed it, it was a great experience.”

One stand-out moment from Money In The Bank came when John Cena appeared at teased WWE one day bringing WrestleMania to London and GUNTHER thinks that is something that could happen:

“I could totally see that. I think Clash at the Castle proved that selling out those huge stadiums is not a huge deal for WWE at the moment. The people want to experience it, so if they get the logistics done and everything else that comes with that because it could be a little bit tricky to run Europe, I really hope its something they go for.”

GUNTHER on the verge of making WWE history

Following his victory over Drew McIntyre at SummerSlam, The Ring General is now less than 32 days away from overtaking The Honky Tonk Man for the longest Intercontinental Championship reign in WWE history.

The WWE Hall of Famer famously held that title from June 1987 until SummerSlam 1988 when The Ultimate Warrior defeated him for the gold in just 30 seconds.