WrestleMania 27 In 3D, John Cena Reaches Make-A-Wish Milestone

– With the increasing popularity of 3D feature films and 3D televisions becoming more accessible to consumers, WWE has been working on producing its own 3D content. According to a reliable source, WWE is negotiating with Fathom Events to air this year’s WrestleMania 27 pay-per-view in 3D in movie theaters across the United States.

While the idea of WrestleMania 3D sounds pretty amazing, fans should not get their hopes up just yet – as the two parties reportedly are unable to come to terms on [surprise] money.

WWE currently receives approximately 42% of PPV revenue from cable providers and almost 50% of PPV revenue from satellite companies. WWE is looking for 60-70% of revenues from a 3D theater presentation of WrestleMania, but Fathom isn’t willing to give that much away.

The negotiations have reportedly stalled and with WrestleMania coming up in just 3 months, the window opportunity for both sides to reach an agreement is closing.

– John Cena reached his goal of raising 3 million Delta frequent flier miles for the Make-A-Wish Foundation by the end of 2010. Over 4.2 million flier miles will be donated for the foundation to use, as Cena donated over a million miles himself and NASCAR star Carl Edwards made a generous donation on Cena’s behalf

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(Partial Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter)