New details on WrestleMania 39



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New details on WrestleMania 39

There are still many months to WrestleMania 39, but the expectation of the fans is skyrocketing. In the meantime, tickets for the event have been on sale these days (at exorbitant prices, it must be said) and the long week that will delight the public is starting to take shape.

In addition to Hall of Fame, Axxess and the two nights of WrestleMania, in fact, there will also be the traditional episode of Raw on the Monday following the big event. The confirmation of the location came a few hours ago from the Los Angeles Daily News: both the episode of SmackDown, before WM, and that of Raw will be held at the Crypto.com Arena, on March 31 and April 3, respectively.

The Crypto.com Arena would be the former Staples Center in Los Angeles, a historic location where WWE has held numerous PPVs in the past, including WrestleMania's 21st edition. Recent posters for the event feature Brock Lesnar, Becky Lynch, and Bobby Lashley among others.

Latest update on WrestleMania 39

The upcoming WrestleMania will be the first to not see any kind of involvement from Vince McMahon, still tangled in these million-dollar holes. It will therefore be Triple H to manage all the storylines and, given what has happened in the past few weeks, the expectation of the fans is skyrocketing!

Since the announcement of WrestleMania 39 at SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, California, there has been nothing but talk of a possible generational (and family) clash between Roman Reigns and The Rock. Some were convinced that the plans had been blown due to the new creative direction wanted by Triple H, but apparently, this will not be the case.

During the usual Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer explained that the current direction is still to propose a match between the two: "The Rock vs Roman Reigns is 100% the plan for the next WrestleMania. 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.

In the meantime, keep following us on the site and on our Instagram page to stay up to date on the world of WWE and Pro-Wrestling in general. Tickets for the event, as confirmed by WWE themselves, will go on sale on August 13th, 2022, with a number of options available for fans.