WrestleMania 38 week is packed with events



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WrestleMania 38 week is packed with events

The 38th edition of WrestleMania is getting closer and closer, in fact between 2 and 3 April we could attend the most important wrestling event of the year, which however brings with it many other unmissable events, especially for those who will experience them personally.

Regarding the week of WrestleMania 38, WWE announced it by saying the following: "The greatest week of Wrestlemania in history is coming to Dallas."

Update on WrestleMania 38

These then were the words of the release on the official website of the company: “The most wonderful two-night Wrestlemania in history is now the most wonderful week in Wrestlemania history!

As first reported by the Dallas Morning News, Monday Night Raw, Friday Night Smackdown, an unprecedented Axxess Superstore, WWE Hall of Fame and NXT Stand & Deliver will all take place in the Dallas area at the start of the Grandest Stage of Them.

all! The Showcase of the Immortals is set for April 2 and 3 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, with details for the other week's events to be released at a later date. Be sure to keep an eye on WWE social media and tune in to Raw and Smackdown to find out more about dates, venues and tickets for the next few weeks and don't forget to buy your Wrestlemania 38 tickets here."

Obviously, more details will come soon, as also written in the press release, but already on paper, with all these extraordinary events, this year's Wrestlemania week promises something truly extraordinary. We remind you that this Saturday 29 January 2022, the Royal Rumble will take place, one of the Big 4 and that already from here we will begin to see an appetizer of what awaits us at the Showcase of the Immortals, with the two winners of the Rumble who will choose their own destiny to face right there.

There has been speculation that Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar will face each other in a "champion vs. champion" match at WrestleMania 38. Dave Meltzer has now reported on Wrestling Observer Radio that WWE is still going ahead with its original plans for the two world titles at WrestleMania 38.

“Drew (McIntyre) will find out I presume this week how serious it is. He would be the guy (most likely to face Reigns at Royal Rumble), but he may not be available. I know that they’ve got everything worked out between now and WrestleMania.

Everything is worked out. All the original plans, there were some changes obviously because the Lesnar and Roman Reigns match from Saturday didn’t happen, but they’ve got their new twists and turns, and the final destination, which is presumably Lesnar and Roman Reigns, is still on," said Dave Meltzer.