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Blue Man Group Replacement Rumors

UniversalDude

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I saw in an article that a potential replacement for Blue Man next year is an highly interactive immersive WWE Hall of Fame of sorts. It could have the history of the past and present superstars, merch, interactive mini games and how tos similar to the NBA experience, maybe some limited addition snacks and food like the tribute stores have and special events. They could even do a Harry Potter Celebration-esque event called WWE Weekends where they bring in various wrestlers and company members for interviews, Q&As, meet and greets and stunt coreagraohers demonstrations, some real props and stuff. I think there is such a huge audience for it, especially in Orlando with a lot of WWE things based out of it and local talent around the area. How plausible would this be? I think the building wouldn’t need to extensive of a refurb and the content inside can be ever changing as the company and network distribution grows. I’m surprised with how connected WWE is with peacock and NBC that they haven’t done too much other than billboards on Shrek with WWE. Anyone feel like this would be possible or a great idea? Would love to hear thoughts!
 

Joe

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I saw in an article that a potential replacement for Blue Man next year is an highly interactive immersive WWE Hall of Fame of sorts. It could have the history of the past and present superstars, merch, interactive mini games and how tos similar to the NBA experience, maybe some limited addition snacks and food like the tribute stores have and special events. They could even do a Harry Potter Celebration-esque event called WWE Weekends where they bring in various wrestlers and company members for interviews, Q&As, meet and greets and stunt coreagraohers demonstrations, some real props and stuff. I think there is such a huge audience for it, especially in Orlando with a lot of WWE things based out of it and local talent around the area. How plausible would this be? I think the building wouldn’t need to extensive of a refurb and the content inside can be ever changing as the company and network distribution grows. I’m surprised with how connected WWE is with peacock and NBC that they haven’t done too much other than billboards on Shrek with WWE. Anyone feel like this would be possible or a great idea? Would love to hear thoughts!
Do you have a link?
 

Joe

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RevFreako

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Didn't they build one of these in Vegas at one point...It even had a friggin S&S drop tower


And it bombed
You're thinking of Niagara Falls. It wasn't a proper Hall of Fame, it was basically a gift shop with one ride called the Pile Driver. They DID buy the old Debbie Reynolds hotel in Vegas woth an eye toward a themed hotel/casino.
 
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Cup_Of_Coffee

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Is there a possibility the show rumored to be going to HHN (or official? I can’t keep up with HHN news) eventually moves over here full time for a more proper show?
 
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AlexanderMBush

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Is there a possibility the show rumored to be going to HHN (or official? I can’t keep up with HHN news) eventually moves over here full time for a more proper show?
Assuming the act they do for a potential full on MIB show is different than what is represented for HHN (in the terms of content featured via the illusions); an illusionist show could do wonders; especially if they play it more properly to high-level illusionist acts featured at specific venues.
 
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