WWE’s annual pop-culture extravaganza known as Wrestlemania will take over the Orlando Citrus Bowl on April 2, 2017. The news was already leaked that Orlando is about to host next year’s Wrestlemania 33 and the press conference had sealed it finally.
Wrestlemania 32 has not yet even booked properly and WWE just announced the huge news regarding Wrestlemania 33 on Tuesday at 11 a.m. Stars present in the event were John Cena, Roman Reigns, Charlotte along with the McMahons.
WWE has issued the press release as given below:
WrestleMania 33 is coming to Orlando, Fla.
Next year’s Showcase of the Immortals will emanate from the Orlando Citrus Bowl on Sunday, April 2, 2017, the “Orlando Sentinel” reported late last night.
The event marks the second time that the Citrus Bowl has hosted WrestleMania and the third time that The Grandest Stage of Them All has touched down in Florida. The Citrus Bowl was also the site of WrestleMania XXIV in 2008, where Big Show famously fought boxer Floyd Mayweather. WrestleMania then returned to Florida four years later, when The Rock defeated John Cena in the main event of WrestleMania XXVIII, held at Miami’s Sun Life Stadium.
Wrestlemania 33 sería el 2 de Abril del 2017 en el Citrus Bowl de Orlando, Florida. Pues ahí está! pic.twitter.com/U8cogcB3Yj
— ⚒Tío Tony Bryan⚒ (@AGA26A) March 8, 2016
Now reports also say that Roman Reigns is all set to grace the main event for the next three Wrestlemania and Wrestlemania 33 will see no exception. We can only hope the rumors are false this time. Otherwise, booing the cornerstone of the franchise is not at all good from the business perspective. Fans do hope that WWE Roadblock will change the scenario of the title picture but then everything lies on the boss, Vince McMahon.