WWE have officially confirmed that WrestleMania 36 will emanate from the state of Florida once again, as the worldwide extravaganza will come to the city of Tampa, with an official press conference due to take place at 11am Eastern Time on March 7.
As is usually the case in recent years with the company, they will reveal the location of the WrestleMania the following year a few weeks before the upcoming event to drum up some more interest as they get closer to the 'Show Of Shows'.
In reality it has been known for quite a few weeks now that the WWE will once again visit the 'Sunshine State' for their biggest night of the calendar year.
Early rumours of the location saw the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, the home of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United and recent host of the SuperBowl, and the Minnesota Vikings' shiny new U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis reportedly being considered.
But the home stadium of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Raymond James Stadium, will host the likes of Seth Rollins, Roman Reigns and Randy Orton for the very first time.
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The 'Ray Jay' can seat 65,618 people, but it can expand to 75,000 for 'special events', and with thousands of floor seats on the pitch WWE could play host to another circa-80,000 attendance.
Some fans aren't particularly pleased at the thought of the show being held in Florida once again though.
Orlando was home to 'Mania in 2008, Miami hosted it in 2012, they went back to Orlando once again in 2017 and by the time the show comes to Tampa, it will be the fourth time in 13 years that the WWE have decided to hold WrestleMania in USA's most southernly state.
And fans are voicing their opinions on other places that it should be held, with Wembley Stadium in London a popular choice for some.
It's hard to find any positive tweets in the official announcement, with the WWE Universe making it clear that the company should try visiting new states for their biggest show.News Now - Sport News