WrestleMania confirmed to take place over two nights again in 2022

WWE has confirmed that WrestleMania will take place across two nights in 2022 for the third consecutive year.

WrestleMania 38 is set to go down at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas – six years on from when WWE took the showcase of the immortals to Jerry’s World for the first time. Ever since then the company has gone to Orlando, New Orleans and New Jersey with the COVID-19 pandemic eventually ensuring that the latest two editions were held at the WWE Performance Center and then Tampa Bay.

The unconventional nature of those shows led to WWE going in another direction; having two-night WrestleManias.

Many were of the belief that WM38 would revert back to being one night only, but the scale of WWE’s roster and the positive reaction to the last two years has seemingly forced their hand.

The show of shows is back


Some of pro wrestling’s finest will perform on the grandest stage of them all on Saturday, April 2 and Sunday, April 3 in front of what has the potential to be the biggest crowds in WWE history.

The promotion also appears to be prioritising the idea of most of their pay-per-views being on a Saturday instead of a Sunday, which is something they’ve slowly been implementing in the last twelve months.

There’s also an untitled PPV scheduled for early September 2022 which, as per the rumour mill, could see the return of a WWE PPV to the United Kingdom.

It initially seemed like SummerSlam could be held in the UK for the first time since 1992, but the race to host that event was won by Nashville’s Nissan Stadium.

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