WWE has some big plans for WrestleMania and they are likely going to make some big changes along the way. WrestleMania in Dallas will likely see a two-night show.

According to Fightful Select, the reception of the last two WrestleMania events was very positive. The working plan for WrestleMania 38 in Arlington, Texas was Sunday, April 3rd, but it looks like they will hold a two-night event instead.

This will be the first two-night WrestleMania event in front of a live crowd. Plans change all the time in WWE, but right now it appears that fans in Texas will get double the WrestleMania next year.

Up until a few days before Allegiant Stadium was announced as the Summerslam venue, there were several within WWE still pushing for other cities and venues. The reception from the roster for a two-night WrestleMania has been unanimously positive, which we’ll have more on soon.


We will have to see if WWE continues this trend, because it doubles their revenue. Odds are they will continue with two-night WrestleMania shows as long as the response continues to be a profitable one.

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