5 potential guest hosts for Wrestlemania 34
Which WWE legend will host Wrestlemania 34?
With the year winding up, the road to Wrestlemania is about to take effect. Wrestlemania 34 will be emanating from Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana. There are already speculations on the matches that will take place on that night with the main event seemingly already set in stone in a match that will see Brock Lesnar defend the Universal championship against Roman Reigns.
That being said, for the past few years the WWE has introduced the concept of "Wrestlemania host" -- a person or multiple personalities that welcome everyone to the show and supposedly monitor the entire event. In the past, we have had The Rock, Hulk Hogan and The New Day host Wrestlemanias 27, 30 and 33 respectively.
The Rock had the biggest impact, by getting involved in the main event match while The New Day introduced the returning Hardy Boyz. The guest host has the ability to make an impact and generate interests in the event in what can potentially lead to more buys.
We take a look at the 5 potential guest hosts for Wrestlemania 34 this coming year;
#5. Mick Foley
Foley is regarded as one of the greatest performers of all time. He had the tendency of taking very serious bumps that infamously includes falling off the top of the cage all the way to the announce table in a match against the Undertaker in 1998. Foley participated in the main event of WrestleMania XV and 2000 and also had a memorable match with Edge at Wrestlemania 22. He earned his right to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2013.
Foley was fired by Stephanie McMahon on the March 20 episode of Raw. His last televised appearance was the 2017 Hall of Fame ceremony where he was among the guests in the audience. With Wrestlemania around the corner, Foley would be a perfect fit for Wrestlemania host. His announcement would be received positively by the fans and his involvement at the event would most likely include a confrontation with Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.