WWE is building momentum towards what the company promises will be the biggest WrestleMania of all time. The WWE Universe will converge on AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas to watch the major storylines of the past months conclude. There is already a ton planned, but there are several things WWE still hasn’t locked in on television.

Seth Rollins still doesn’t have an opponent for WrestleMania. The Raw and SmackDown tag team title situation is also up in the air. The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal doesn’t even have date or time set yet.

On the latest Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer said WWE does have a deadline to get things done. The company wants to lock down most of WrestleMania on next week’s television. That means cementing plans for Seth Rollins and other superstars who don’t yet have officially announced matches.

“Next week is going to be the big week where they really try to lock everything in. So, there’s kind of a deadline now.”


The WWE Universe should have a better idea of what to expect on the grandest stage of them all next week. Raw and SmackDown should bring a lot of excitement as plans for WrestleMania are finalized. Those heading to Dallas are interested to see what they’ll be watching at AT&T Stadium.

The shows should be much clearer as WWE closes in on their deadline to lock in WrestleMania 38’s lineup. In the following weeks, the build will grow in intensity. The road to WrestleMania should be heating up soon!

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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