For the first time in two years, SummerSlam will go live in front of real fans when WWE takes over Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.
There’s a real argument for the Money in the Bank ladder match to be called WWE’s most anticipated of the year.
It’s been a long year for WWE and its fans as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. But, everyone will be able to make up for lost time at WrestleMania 37.
Continuing our WrestleMania Rewind series, it’s time to look back at the 10 WrestleMania events that spanned the 2010s.
A little more than two months away from the Grandest Stage of Them All, we took a shot at putting together the ideal card for the entirety of WrestleMania 37.
What if I told you that WWE would have to put on WrestleMania, their biggest show of the year usually held in a jam-packed arena or football stadium, in their own Performance Center in front of zero fans due to a global health pandemic?
The element of WrestleMania that tends to be the most overlooked, however, is the effort of WWE’s video production and editing team members, who consistently one-up themselves as each year and each event passes.
It’s a WHOLE NEW GAME!! @FightOwensFight is the NEW @WWE #UniversalChampion, thanks to COO @TripleH! #RAW pic.twitter.com/ubphGf6Fqx — WWE (@WWE) August 30, 2016 Going into tonight, the WWE actually had … Continue Reading The WWE finally showed some guts on RAW