WWE’s Chief Brand Officer, Paul ‘Triple H’ Levesque, has sparked hope among fans by suggesting that WrestleMania could potentially make its way to the UK in the future.

For years, fans across the pond have longed for their own WrestleMania, and these desires gained momentum when John Cena voiced support for WrestleMania in London during Money in the Bank 2023. Most recently, Undisputed WWE Champion Cody Rhodes echoed these sentiments, affirming that the UK deserves its own WrestleMania.

During a recent appearance on X Spaces alongside Rhodes, Levesque addressed the possibility of a WrestleMania in London, indicating that it’s a viable option and encouraging other cities to express interest in hosting WWE events.

Levesque emphasized WWE’s global reach and expressed openness to exploring various locations for their premier live events. He referenced a statement from the Mayor of London regarding WrestleMania, signaling a potential conversation on the matter.


“The thing about the global nature of what we do, where we are, what we’re doing. I look at the globe. I think everything is on the table for where it goes. You saw the Mayor of London the other day, put out a statement about WrestleMania. I said ‘We should talk.’ And we should. As should the mayors or the leaders of every other place around this globe.”

“If they want WWE come talk to us. We’re open for business. We’d love to be there. Wherever our fans are going to be the loudest and the craziest and the most into what we do, it would be an honor.”

However, Levesque’s remarks seem to contrast with statements made by WWE President Nick Khan, who has indicated that WWE’s main Premium Live Events will remain in North America for the foreseeable future. While fans eagerly await confirmation of WrestleMania 41’s location, speculation points towards Minneapolis and Las Vegas as the leading contenders.

What are your thoughts on the potential for WrestleMania to come to the UK? Do you think it’s feasible, and would you be excited to see it happen? Share your opinions in the comments below!

Steve Carrier

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