WWE Donald Trump

WWE Donald Trump Return: US President May Join WrestleMania 33 vs Undertaker

The conclusion of the U.S. Presidential elections meant a new era is upon us. As a long time wrestling fan, is it time for a WWE Donald Trump appearance?

According to the Inquisitr, president-elect Donald Trump may finally make an appearance in WrestleMania 33 in Orlando, Florida. Of course, this means making time despite his busy schedule.

However, given those sensations Conor McGregor, CM Punk and even the Undertaker meeting in the ring, Donald Trump may not miss the time to be in the limelight.

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Trump’s popularity also generated quite the number of impact from WWE stars. As seen in WrestleZone, other wrestling stars appear to be in disbelief. However, much of them believe Trump has a a potential to lead the country to a better future.

For now, however, just how possible is it for Trump to give back to his WWE fandom?

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WWE Donald Trump: 2K17 DLC Ideas

A WWE Donald Trump appearance may not be so bad after all. A lot of wrestling fans know that Donald Trump is a wrestling fan himself. A close friend of WWE owner Vince McMahon, Trump has already hosted two WrestleMania events in the Trump Plaza.

He is also known to be a very active participant in its shows (WrestleManias 7, 20 and 23). Its Taj Mahal in Atlantic City hosted the 1991 WBF Championship as well.

McMahon announced in July 2009 that he even “sold” the show to Trump. He promised to appear in the next commercial-free episode and refund the tickets of the audience. McMahon “purchased” the line back the following week.

Given that Trump was already introduced into the celebrity wing of the show’s Hall of Fame, he may as well appear in the game.

A WWE Donald Trump and Undertaker match may be impossible in the real world. However, given how much Trump fans are also wrestling fans, it may be bound for a DLC. This time, Trump may not only appear as a spectator, but he may fight himself. This is a good way to showcase his trademark remarks and insults towards his competitors.

It may only be a matter of time before this can be a consideration.

Also read: WWE SmackDown 2016: Undertaker Return vs John Cena on Nov 15 [Rumors]

About Rhenn Anthony Taguiam

Rhenn Taguiam is a freelance journalist and part-time videogamer. He has a keen interest in topics concerning nature, science and technology, and has a profound love for comic books and video games.

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