WWE Considering 20 Cities For a Future WrestleMania Event

WWE Considering 20 Cities For a Future WrestleMania Event

WWE recently sent out a survey that asked fans in an attempt to gauge their interest in some cities that could potentially host WrestleMania in the coming years.

This could be a potential hint at a potential location for WrestleMania 37 and future WrestleMania events.

There are over 20 cities listed with the most notable being London, UK. The last WWE pay-per-view event to be held in the country came in 1992 for SummerSlam at Wembley Stadium.

The following cities were listed

Boston, MA
Toronto, ON
Mexico City, MX
Phoenix-Glendale, AZ
Houston, TX
Los Angeles, CA
New Orleans, LA
Tampa, FL
Seattle, WA
San Diego, CA
San Francisco-Santa Clara-San Jose, CA
London, UK
Indianapolis, IN
Las Vegas, NV
Miami, FL
Chicago, IL
Philadelphia, PA
Atlanta, GA
Orlando, FL
Dallas-Fort Worth -Arlington, TX
Jacksonville, FL
San Antonio, TX
WWE will be hosting next year’s Wrestlemania 36 in Tampa, FL. Los Angeles is a front runner for Wrestlemania 37 at the new football stadium in Inglewood, which is set to open in 2020.


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