WrestleMania will feel very different this year. Earlier this week the company moved the showcase of the immortals from Raymond James Stadium to the WWE Performance Center due to COVID-19. The one thing that can be taken away from their move is that the company is trying to give us some normalcy during this very difficult time. Today, WWE made another move to help entertain us.
WrestleMania for the first time ever will be a two-night event. Yes, you read that right. Saturday April 4th and Sunday April 5th, we will have the biggest show of the year. The show will still be from the WWE Performance Center and will be broadcast on the WWE Network and PPV. Plus, the host of the two-night event will be hosted by former New England Patriot and recent WWE signee, Rob Gronkowski.
Our best guess that one night will be headlined by Goldberg Vs Roman for the Universal Championship and the other will be headlined by Royal Rumble winner Drew McIntyre vs the WWE Champion Brock Lesnar.
While it is weird to watch Wrestling without fans, WrestleMania will at least give us a break from the real world for two nights.