We all have giant expectations for WWEs biggest event of the year. This is the big one, the time where giant things happen. The Road to WrestleMania and the event itself is the most wonderful time of year for WWE; its like Christmas for diehard fans. We all certainly have our own expectations and things wed like to see. The great thing about the sports entertainment industry is that we each also have different points of view on where we want things to go and what we want to happen. This is just one mans opinion on what hed like to see at WrestleMania 29.
I can tell you with full confidence that this is very possible. I live fairly close to the site of WrestleMania 29, about a 35 minute drive away. That time of year is very unpredictable here as far as weather goes. It can be fairly warm here in early April but it can also be bitterly cold. I happen to be of the mindset that a light snow during the event would add something magical. The ring will be covered so it wont impact the matches, but the idea that people both in attendance and at home could watch these incredible matches with the backdrop of a beautiful white snowfall is something that I personally think would add a bit of mystique to the event.
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Peter is a lonely twenty-five year old man who lives with his father. An aspiring broadcaster and WWE super fan Peter has somehow managed to stay single throughout the past few years. When not consumed with his own hardships Peter can be heard as the host of the podcast Basement Talk.