Important announcement on WrestleMania 38

WrestleMania 38 will emanate live from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas

by Simone Brugnoli
Important announcement on WrestleMania 38

We'd previously informed you that WWE had officially announced that the SmackDown women's title match at WrestleMania 38 would be on Night 1, or Wrestlemania Saturday. However, it was FOX Sports who reported it first, also adding: "No word at this time on whether their match will close Wrestlemania Night 1 (or Wrestlemania Saturday, as WWE will call it from now on)." And this thing of not knowing for sure the main event we have been carrying around for some time, because the WWE from the very beginning, when the card for the Showcase of the Immortals was coming to life, called three matches 'main event'

Latest news on WrestleMania 38

WWE is going all out to make WrestleMania 38 the biggest show possible, so it is natural for John Cena's name to come up in discussions for the event. But will the 16-time world champion be there? With a press release on social media and on its website, the Stamford-based company has made it known that the match for the female Raw title between Becky Lynch and Bianca Belair will also take place in Night 1, which is very special given that they are the two matches for the two.

single and main titles for the women's division. “After a wild WWE Elimination Chamber that saw Becky Lynch keep the Raw Women's Championship against Lita, and Bianca Belair survive the gauntlet that is the Elimination Chamber Match, WWE's East will have another chance to right the wrongs of last year.

year at SummerSlam when she confronted Big Time Becks on The Grandest Stage of Them All. As first reported by the Dallas Morning News, the clash is officially scheduled for Wrestlemania Saturday [...] What fireworks are in store for Dallas when two of the greatest Superstars in WWE once again clash for the Raw Women's Championship at WrestleMania 38? Find out at the best Wrestlemania of all time." We just have to wait and see which of the two matches will be in the main event of the evening and above all also which other female matches will fill the Night 2 card.

John Cena remains one of the most consistent stars in WWE history. He remained a full-timer from his debut in 2002 until 2017. The 16-time world champion first appeared at WrestleMania in 2004, where he defeated The Big Show to win the United States Championship.

Last year's two-night event was the first one not to feature John Cena since 2003. He did return a few months later to put over Roman Reigns at SummerSlam.