WWE News: WWE announces the date & venue for Wrestlemania 38. Check here!

WWE News: WWE announces the date & venue for Wrestlemania 38. Check here!
WWE News: WWE announces the date & venue for Wrestlemania 38. Check here!

WWE News: In the latest WWE news, the company has announced the venue for Wrestlemania 38. The next edition of the Showcase of Immortals will take place in Dallas. The announcement was made during tonight’s WWE Raw, which was live from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. 

WWE News: Wrestlemania 38 set to take place in Dallas

When WWE announced the dates and venue for Wrestlemania 37, the announcement for the next two editions of Wrestlemania was also made. It got reported that Wrestlemania 38 & 39 would take place in Dallas and Los Angeles. The tentative date for Wrestlemania 38 seems to be April 3, 2022, and as of now, it is rumored to happen at Arlington’s AT&T Stadium.

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Arlington’s mayor Jeff Williams was ecstatic to host the marquee event next year and expressed his happiness by stating, 

“We are elated for WrestleMania’s return to Arlington’s AT&T Stadium and look forward to building upon the success from 2016 when more than 101,000 fans were in attendance for WrestleMania 32.”

WWE News: Vince McMahon acknowledged the Governor and Mayor’s of the host cities

After announcing the tentative dates and venues of Wrestlemania 37, 38, 39 earlier this year in January, WWE CEO Mr. McMahon expressed his gratitude towards the Governer & Mayors of the respective host cities. He said,

“On behalf of everyone at WWE, we thank Governor DeSantis, Mayor Castor, Mayor Williams, and Mayor Butts for their graciousness and flexibility in what was a collaborative effort to bring the next three WrestleManias to these iconic stadiums in their world-class cities.”

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Wrestlemania 37 was a groundbreaking event as it was the first show since April 2020 to be hosted with the live audience in attendance. The show drew great numbers, and next year’s COVID-free Wrestlemania promises to be grander.

 

 

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