WrestleMania destined to change format forever



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WrestleMania destined to change format forever

Thanks to the global pandemic from covid-19, WWE has been able to realize one of the dreams in the drawer of Vince McMahon and the entire management of WWE in recent years, which is to hold its next edition of WrestleMania across two evenings, which was already hypothesized by the WWE, but which had never been organized, especially for logistical and organizational problems.

Given the impossibility of staging the event from the initially designated location, with a completely empty Performance Center and without screaming fans, WWE was able to divide the event a bit as it wanted, organizing it with two separate and distinct cards, with this year's event that was staged along the lines of last year's, but this time with the public.

Initially, it seemed that this was just an experiment for WWE, to understand how well a big two-day event could go, but currently, it seems that Vince McMahon and associates could even adopt this choice for future Showcase of the dates.

Immortals, making it the practice and not an exception.

WrestleMania 38 is just over six months away

Apparently, according to what Dave Meltzer hypothesized in one of the latest Wrestling Observer Newsletters, WWE could make the decision to make WrestleMania an exclusive event over two days instead of just one, as in the past.

To the microphones of his speech, Meltzer said in fact: "They will also give discounts to anyone who buys both show tickets (in a kind of package). I assume that from this idea, you can sense the fact that all the next editions of Wrestlemania, including the next year from Hollywood, will be a two-night project.

That makes sense." At the moment, the whole thing still remains with a big question mark, although we know very well that when the WWE and its Chairman smell the deal, it is very unlikely that the company will miss such a delicious dish.

therefore official news could soon arrive on the duration of the next editions of Wrestlemania, with the calendar year heading towards its natural conclusion and a new Road to Wrestlemania will open with the Royal Rumble at the beginning of the year.

WrestleMania 38 will emanate live from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. It has heavily been rumored to be the year that The Undertaker finally takes his place in the WWE Hall of Fame. Every year, WWE makes sure that WrestleMania week is the biggest, and 2022 will be no different.

The WrestleMania main event spot could be split into two again if the company decides to keep WrestleMania as a two-night event.