Noam Dar is confident that WrestleMania could be coming to the UK in the future.
"The Scottish Supernova" Noam Dar will not be able to compete at this year's WrestleMania as he'll be nursing a knee injury that he suffered at the NXT UK TV tapings in Coventry, England in February. Coming out of the tapings, there was no further update on how Dar was doing other than he was going to be revaluated once he returned to the United States. Dar took to Instagram earlier this week and shared that doctors were surprised that the inside of the knee did not explode and had that happened, his leg would've had to be removed.
Dar avoided that severe injury by the skin of this teeth but he is in good spirits and on the road to recovery, he did media for WWE to promote WrestleMania. Dar spoke with The Scottish Sun and stated that he feels WrestleMania happening in the United Kingdom is more realistic now than ever.
"I think having WrestleMania in the UK is more realistic now than ever. As the company continues its international expansion, I'd imagine they'll look for somewhere overseas to do it. Hopefully they make the right choice and they do a WrestleMania at Hampden, not at Wembley or one of these daft places. I would also love to see it at Ibrox. Perhaps we could do WrestleMania at Ibrox and then a wee NXT taping at Parkhead, so Celtic fans don't complain." Dar said. "But seriously though, I think doing it at Hampden would be amazing."
Noam Dar also spoke about how great it is to see his fellow Scotsman Drew McIntyre competing against Roman Reigns at WrestleMania and how big of a match that is and Drew McIntyre expressed how big the match from his standpoint during an interview ahead of this past Monday's RAW. Click here to read Drew's comments about his forthcoming match against "The Big Dog".