WWE fans get ready to get your travel arrangements.
It appears that the location for next year’s WrestleMania event will be revealed soon.
The Twitter account, WrestleVotes, which has broken several WWE stories in the past, mentioned that the location will be officially announced by the sports entertainment company next week.
Here is what posted on the social media platform:
“WrestleMania 35 location announcement is coming. Finally, everyone will know the stadium. Date looks like 4.7.19. You will all find out next week!”
Mike Johnson of PWInsider recently reported that the original location for Wrestlemania 34 was going to be Metlife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. New Orleans swooped in at the last moment with a great presentation for Wrestlemania to be held as a special event during the city’s tricentennial celebration.
Johnson thinks that this could give the New Jersey/New York area a leg up when it comes to Wrestlemania 35, but they haven’t heard anything specific yet. Thus, this could be the location for next year’s event.
Back in 1985, WWE Chairman Vince McMahon took a roll of the dice when he gambled everything on one big idea. That idea was WrestleMania.
This was the first time that a pro wrestling event would air live on closed circuit. This was before PPV (pay-per-view) was even a thing. He brought in celebrities as well as the top talents in the country that way he could to load up this show.
With McMahon risking it all for just one night that could have been disastrous, he took not only the WWE (known as WWF at the time) but pro wrestling to the next level.
It became mainstream in the 1980s that garnered attention from around the world. The company decided to hold another WrestleMania the following year, which paid off once again and has been running strong for the last 33 years.
WWE is always looking forward with their booking and typically books six months in advance for their events that include house shows, TV and PPV events.
So the question of where a future WrestleMania will be held is a big one that needs to be talked about at least due to the fact that WWE historically locks up the location a year in advance.
Now for those who live in the northeast of the US that are upset that they would be missing out on a WrestleMania, WWE does have a valid reason for not holding those events at those locations.
It all comes down to weather. Yes, WWE did hold WrestleMania 29 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey in 2013, but the company attempts to stay away from cold weather places for outdoor events.
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