WWE’s annual mega-event WrestleMania will reportedly make its way to Nashville, Tennessee, for the first time ever in 2027. The news was shared by Burke Nihill, the President and CEO of the Tennessee Titans NFL team, during an appearance on 104.5 The Zone in Nashville on May 4.

During the interview, Nihill mentioned the new stadium that the Tennessee Titans are building along the East Bank of the Cumberland River, which is expected to have a capacity of approximately 60,000 people and be enclosed within 1.7 million square feet.

The official Titans website lists the potential events the new stadium would host, including the Super Bowl, Final Four, College Football Playoffs, and WrestleMania.

The construction of the new stadium is expected to be completed in 2026, just in time for the sports and entertainment industry’s biggest event to take place in the city. This would mark the first time that WrestleMania has been held in Nashville, Tennessee.


WrestleMania 40 is scheduled to take place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday, April 6, and Sunday, April 7, 2024. Meanwhile, the U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is reportedly one of the finalists to host WrestleMania 41 in 2025.

How do you think WrestleMania’s arrival in Nashville, Tennessee, will affect the wrestling community and the city itself? Leave a comment.

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