While an official announcement has yet to be made, speculation points to WrestleMania 41 taking place at Minneapolis’ U.S. Bank Stadium. Although not confirmed, recent developments hint strongly in this direction.

Minnesota House Bill 3934, introduced on February 19th, hinted at a significant sporting event coming to the state, with officials unable to disclose details at the time. Notably, during discussions related to this bill, it was mentioned that another major event, potentially WrestleMania, would provide an economic impact rivaling that of the Super Bowl.

It was mentioned that, “we have a third event that we are almost ready to announce and I hoped that we could announce it today but we can’t quite yet but we will be sharing that in the next few weeks. This event will provide an economic impact second only to the Super Bowl.”

Minneapolis has been reported as a prime contender to host WrestleMania 41, with U.S. Bank Stadium likely serving as the venue. This information was first reported back in July 2023.


The economic benefits of hosting WrestleMania are substantial, with past events generating significant revenue for their respective regions. For example, WrestleMania 39 contributed $215 million to the Los Angeles region, while WrestleMania 38 brought in approximately $24.8 million in taxes for the Dallas area.

While awaiting WWE’s official announcement regarding WrestleMania 41’s venue, excitement continues to build for this year’s extravaganza in Philadelphia. Stay tuned to Ringside News for all the latest updates on WWE’s premier event.

What are your expectations for WrestleMania 41 in terms of match lineup and potential surprises, given the recent developments and speculation surrounding its location? Let us know in the comments below.

Steve Carrier

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