Bruce Prichard Shoots Down Rumor About Original WWE WrestleMania 2000 Main Event

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Bruce Prichard recently talked about a wide range of topics on his Something To Wrestle With podcast. 

During it, the WWE Executive noted that he needed to get shoulder surgery, but doesn’t have the time to do it right now. 


“This arm doesn’t go up much. Yeah (I’m going to get it fixed). Eventually. I’m trying to rehab it now. Not going so well but in my mindset, I don’t have time to get surgery.”

Prichard was also asked whether WWE’s original plans for the WrestleMania 2000 main event called for Steve Austin to wrestle The Big Show before Austin needed time off for neck surgery. 

“False (that the original main event for WrestleMania 2000 was Steve Austin versus Paul Wight). That’s one that I definitely thought we should have gone with. You know, from Big Show’s debut, I thought that was logical. But I don’t think that Vince (McMahon) ever really saw that… I thought that-that was the logical way to go but that wasn’t in the cards.”

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