WWE is trying hard to get fans to their events, especially after WresteMania. They have now rebranded a couple of shows to hedge their bets.

Saturday Night Main Event is coming back, but it’s not for television. The company is rebranding two house shows in April with that name. Those shows will be in Alabama and Florida. Those are RAW branded shows so far and not supershows.

Sunday Stunner is also a name that they are going to use. There is no guarantee that means Steve Austin will be around at all, but they have rebranded the May 1st event in Fairfax, Virginia with that name. Shows in Syracuse, New York, and Binghamton, New York have also been given that name.

This name wasn’t announced by WWE, but they have switched up things on Ticketmaster. We will have to see if WWE continues these events and what they will do to try and make it a special occasion for fans.

Tags: WrestleMania
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