WrestleMania 39 tickets on sale from August

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by Simone Brugnoli
WrestleMania 39 tickets on sale from August

Through a statement issued on the official website, WWE announced that starting from Friday 12 August it will be possible to buy tickets for WrestleMania 39, the most important event of the year scheduled for 2023. As per the recent tradition, the next edition of the "Grandaddy of them all" will also be divided into two nights: Saturday 1 and Sunday 2 April live from SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California.

Tickets will be available for single nights or for both nights, which can be purchased as always on the American Ticketmaster website. There will also be special packages that will offer seats in the front rows of the arena, meet and greet with some superstars, opportunities to attend the Hall of Fame and much more.

Update on WrestleMania 39

The Rock will face Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 39. At the moment there are still too many months to fantasize about a possible card, but the most popular and requested match by fans is always one: Roman Reigns vs The Rock.

A generational and family clash (both are cousins) that for many would not even need a title up for grabs because of the star power. The "Tribal Chief" is now a Universal Champion for 700 days and has just passed 100 days as WWE Champion (belt won at WrestleMania against Brock Lesnar).

Yet another milestone for a run that will go down in the history of the Company. And at the moment the favorite of the bettors in a hypothetical clash with The Rock is just Roman. Fans are also hoping to see Cody Rhodes in action, stopped in the pits due to a serious injury to his pectoral muscles that has not prevented him from taking part in a masterful Hell in a Cell against Seth Rollins.

Attention also to the almost certain presence of Logan Paul, who recently signed a mega contract with WWE and will challenge The Miz at SummerSlam. We'll see if WrestleMania 39 can replicate or surpass the success of that staged this year: over $200 million in revenue has been generated for the city of Dallas, Texas.

As per Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Rhodes is expected to be out of action for six months. ''Will likely be out about six months, which makes the Royal Rumble probably the smart time frame for a return," wrote Meltzer.

"If Dwayne Johnson doesn’t wrestle Roman Reigns, it'd make the returning Rhodes vs. Reigns as the most likely biggest of next year’s Mania.' '