WWE News: ‘WrestleMania 32’ Location Confirmed For AT&T Stadium In Arlington, Texas

WWE WrestleMania has become a huge attraction. So much so that WWE has to put the show in major buildings and stadiums just to fit all the people who’d like to come. Even then, they still can’t fit all they’d like. This year, WrestleMania 31 takes place at Levi’s Stadium. The stadium is state of the art and quite beautiful. The San Francisco 49ers play there during the fall, but during the Spring, it is wide open. So WWE will be taking over this April.

Like the Super Bowl, cities bid to get WrestleMania into their city. The show is not all that WrestleMania brings. This is typically is a week long event, similar to the NFL’s Super Bowl. So the cities that get Mania typically see a week long run of money coming in. Mania can bring in millions to a city, so it is well worth the investment. While it was rumored for some time, it is now official that WWE will be going to Arlington, Texas, for WrestleMania 32 in 2016.

They will be performing in AT&T Stadium, where the Dallas Cowboys play. This stadium has been used for a variety of things, due to how massive it is. The huge screen in the middle is helpful for events as people who have nosebleed seats can still see the action quite well. Known as Jerry World due to its owner, Jerry Jones, the stadium is a place WWE has been wanting to put a WrestleMania in. So it is no surprise that they will feature WrestleMania 32 at this site.

According to Daily Wrestling News, WWE will be doing a media event later today at the stadium featuring WWE Chairman and CEO Vince McMahon, WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan, WWE Superstar John Cena, and a few other WWE Superstars and Divas. They will be there to celebrate the announcement and promote the event for next year.

WrestleMania is always a great event, well worth the watch if you cannot be at the stadium to see it. The WWE Network shows all PPVs, including other unique content, for only $9.99 a month. It is well worth the buy to see every PPV from the past and future, including WrestleMania. We used to have to pay a PPV charge of $50-60 for it; now we only pay $9.99 a month. For the price, you cannot beat what the WWE Network provides.

WrestleMania 31 will be a fun event this year, but the same can be said for WrestleMania 32 in AT&T Stadium next year. As always, we can expect the WrestleMania 32 ticket to be a hot one once WWE puts them out for sale.

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