The excitement for WrestleMania 37 keeps on rising by the second as we near the ‘Grand Daddy of Them All!’ The show promises to be action-packed with tons of entertainment and jaw-dropping moments. But for all of this action, there should be an equally brilliant commentary team, right?
WWE has not announced the commentary teams for WrestleMania 37 as of this writing. So let’s predict who we could see call the matches at this year’s ‘Show of Shows.’
As always, WWE will have two separate commentary teams for Raw and SmackDown to call the action-packed night. We believe Tom Phillips, Byron Saxton, and Samoa Joe will call the action for matches from Monday Night Raw. Although there are rumors of Joe joining the SmackDown commentary team, we believe that’ll happen after Mania.
We also believe MVP could join the commentary booth during the WWE Championship between Bobby Lashley and Drew McIntyre. And hey, if he’s on commentary, he’s definitely playing a role in the match. As far as SmackDown matches are concerned, it’s a no-brainer Corey Graves and Michael Cole will call the action.
If we’re talking about commentary teams, how can we forget Guest Commentators? Guest commentators appear each year to call a match or two. Although last year there were no guest commentators, we’re sure there will be this year! But who will it be?
Jerry ‘The King’ Lawler, John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield, and Paige are the most likely guest commentators we’ll see. Jerry Lawler and JBL can be guest commentators for either of the World Championship matches, while Paige joins the booth for either of the two Women’s Title matches. Not to rule out a Women’s Tag Team Title match if it happens.
Another name that could join the commentary team during the Women’s Championship matches is Beth Phoenix. ‘The Glamazon’ is a color commentator on NXT, and wouldn’t break a sweat to call the action.
WrestleMania would be incomplete without a Kick-off show, and its panelists. Some names that we’ll most likely see on the Pre-show are Kayla Braxton, Kevin Patrick, Booker T, David Otunga, Sam Roberts of Notsam Wrestling, Peter Rosenberg, and Pat McAfee. Not to forget WWE Superstars and Legends like Shawn Michaels.
We might even see Booker T join commentary for the U.S. Championship match or the Intercontinental Championship match. And last but not least, Logan Paul. Paul accepted Sami Zayn’s invitation to be at WrestleMania 37 this past Friday on SmackDown. So, he could very well join the commentary for Zayn versus Owens.