Vince McMahon was inducted into the Boys & Girls Clubs Hall of Fame in Chicago earlier this week. The ceremony was covered by the Chicago Tribune, who spoke with McMahon following the induction.
McMahon was asked at the event whether he was sick of a Chicago native whose name keeps getting chanted at WWE events. Asked whether he was tired of 'CM Punk' chants, McMahon simply replied, "No." McMahon was possibly trying to move on from the question as quickly as possible without making it a story.
McMahon was also asked about the possibility of WrestleMania returning to Chicago, which would have to be at Soldier Field with WrestleManias exclusively at stadiums now.
"I wouldn't say Chicago is out of the running," said McMahon. "We can do colder environments. We went to (MetLife) Stadium (in New Jersey). People wear coats to football. Why won't they were jackets and so forth to WrestleMania? They will. Chicago will definitely be in the running in the future."
Chicago is never a bad choice, as they're arguably the best WWE crowd and last hosted a 'Mania back in 2006 at WrestleMania 22. You can read the full interview at this link.
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