Before their 'record-breaking' WrestleMania 32 event earlier this year took place, the WWE announced that WrestleMania 33 would be taking place at the Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida.
Next year's Showcase of The Immortals is expected to have bigger matches than the ones that took place this year, with many rumors suggesting that The Rock could be going one on one with Brock Lesnar, and John Cena could be facing The Undertaker in a Legend vs Legend match. This could ultimately end up being The Deadman's last match in the WWE as well.
Without anything even being booked, this already sounds like a tough WrestleMania event to follow, but that's exactly what WrestleMania 34 will have to do once 2018 comes around. Speculation has already arisen as to where the show could be taking place as well.
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A report on Wrestling Inc says: "We've heard rumors of WWE bringing WrestleMania 34 to the New York City market in 2018, perhaps at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Wrestling Observer Newsletter notes that this has been discussed internally but is far from definite.
"It was speculated that if SummerSlam 2017 returns to the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, then WrestleMania 34 returning to that area is less likely."
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If this report is true, WrestleMania 34 would be the sixth WrestleMania in the New York metropolitan area, and the fourth WrestleMania held in the state of New Jersey.
The report stated that if SummerSlam was to be hosted in New York in 2017 then WrestleMania 34 being in the same state would be unlikely. Yet, WWE confirmed on their website in September last year that SummerSlam would once again be at the Barclays Center that year, as well as this summer.
Nevertheless, if WrestleMania in 2018 was to take place in New York at the MetLife Stadium, it will be the second time the venue has hosted The Showcase of The Immortals event in the space of five years.
MetLife Stadium hosted WrestleMania 29 back in 2013 which included The Undertaker defeating CM Punk to move to 21-0 in The Streak - this was the last time he successfully defended The Streak - Triple H winning against Brock Lesnar in a No Holds Barred match, and John Cena claiming the WWE Championship after defeating The Rock in the main event.
If WrestleMania 29 - which received a generally positive reception - is anything to go by, WrestleMania 34 should be just as good, if not better if it was to be hosted once again in the New York area.