WWE made a trio of WrestleMania announcements over the weekend.
With the Coronavirus pandemic causing last year's WrestleMania to move from Raymond James Stadium - in Tampa - to WWE's Performance Center, the company has now made some changes to its WrestleMania calendar.
This year, WWE will host its big event of the year in the venue that was scheduled to hold it in 2020. So, as you can see above, it's back to being a pirate-themed show (because it's in the home of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers).
It'll take place over two nights on April 10th and 11th.
The original venue for this year - Sofi Stadium in Los Angeles - will now be where WrestleMania 39 will emanate from on April 2nd 2023.
Dallas' AT&T Stadium will be the host of the 2022 show - WrestleMania 38.
It seems like a fair deal to have Tampa to get the show it lost last year. It's also fair to see that the Hollywood show is still on the cards albeit two years later than planned.
The Dallas event will be interesting. It's a huge stadium so I wonder whether the goal is to fill it to capacity. It currently holds the WrestleMania attendance record. It would be quite an achievement to break that in the current world we live in.
Another thing about Texas getting next year's WrestleMania is that it's perfect for The Undertaker's Hall of Fame induction.