WrestleMania 38 Is Currently Scheduled To Be A One-Night Event
The past two years have seen WWE opt to make WrestleMania a two-night event, with WrestleMania 36 emanating from the WWE Performance Center in front of no fans, and WrestleMania 37 taking place inside the Raymond James Stadium with 25,000 capacity each night.
Many fans have welcomed the change, going as far as to say that they prefer the two-night format, which has seen the regular 5-7 hour event reduced to two easier-to-digest 3-4 hour nights.
The format doesn’t look to be staying, as WrestleVotes noted on Twitter that WrestleMania 38 is currently scheduled to take place over one night.
Now that the weekend is behind us, nearly everyone I’ve spoke to regarding WrestleMania had positive things to say. Aside from the weather, everything went smooth. The 2 day event was viewed as a success, but plans still remain for 1 single night next year in Dallas.
Whilst the report noted that WrestleMania 37 was seen as a success, next year’s show, which will be emanating from the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, will be a one-night event. When WWE announced the show several months ago, the date was set for April 3rd, however, the date has been removed from recent advertisements.