American actor, John Cena has called for professional wrestling pay-per-view and livestreaming event, WrestleMania to come to the United Kingdom.
The WWE’s flagship show which has never been held outside North America been has been going for 40 years attracts huge crowds globally.
Prior to this development, John Cena had stunned British fans when he stormed London to call for WWE to come to UK, BBC reports.
The excitement which was once all over the place initially had triggered questions as they asked whether the match made in heaven could actually happen.
Considering responses from the UK Member of Parliament, a group of them actually revealed that they want to “help” make it a reality.
According to the co-chair of the All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Wrestling, Alex Davies-Jones says legendary grappler turned Hollywood actor Cena’s appearance was a real shock.
Speaking to BBC Newsbeat, she said, “Nobody predicted John Cena coming out and announcing the possibility of a WrestleMania in the UK,”
“It was utterly incredible and got the whole place buzzing with excitement about the possibilities of what that could mean for wrestling fans, but also for the UK economy and also for future fans as well.”
Some people have speculated that Cena’s speech during Saturday’s Money in the Bank event at the O2 means there are already plans to bring WrestleMania to the UK.
When he was asked about it after the show, one of WWE’s bosses Triple H said: “Never say never.”