WWE was one of the rare organization not to postpone its staple event during the coronavirus
If you have been looking for something entertaining to watch during the quarantine time, as well as myself, we might just have the answer for you! WWE WrestleMania 36 will take place and will be available to all of us, for free!
However, the organization has made certain changes to the 36th edition of the “Show of the Immortals”. It was supposed to be held live on April 5, 2020 at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, but due to the growing concerns it was relocated to the WWE’s Performance Center and taped on March 25 and 26, and it will air on tape delay on April 4 and 5. This will also be the first WrestleMania to last for two evenings.
WrestleMania is considered WWE’s flagship event, having first been held in 1985. It is the longest-running professional wrestling event in history and is held annually between mid-March to mid-April.
To be quite honest, this will be my first full WrestleMania since its 29th edition called WrestleMania NY/NJ, with The Rock vs. John Cena in the main event. This was 7 years ago and I was 13! I would say a lot has changed since then.
Let’s just review the fights to make sure you know what we’re in for: WWE champion Brock Lesnar faces the future of the company, Drew McIntyre, whilst WWE Universal title will be defended by Goldberg against Braun Strowman, after Roman Reigns was pulled from the event after his pandemic concerns, as he is a leukemia survivor.
In other featured matches Randy Orton will face Edge, in his first PPV singles match since 2011, The Undertaker will be a part of the Boneyard match against A.J. Styles, and the long-time face of the company, John Cena meets with Bray Wyatt.
If you are looking for entertainment and are slowly becoming desperate to see something fresh sprinkled with a bit of nostalgia, tune in to WrestleMania 36, here.