It is certain that WWE has made it possible to make Wrestlemania a global event instead of just a pro-wrestling show. This is why the WWE programming has been toned down to family-friendly entertainment.
Fans all over the world enjoy the programming throughout the year. In addition, they gather on this weekend to get a lifetime experience.
The event has gone even bigger with each year with the Wrestlemania Axxess, Hall of Fame ceremony, NXT Takeover and more. This is why the event was able to retain its spot on the top 10 list provided by Forbes for consecutive years.
This year, too the extravaganza is on with the Wrestlemania week continuing which looks to be better than ever.
If the rumor roundup from cagesideseats.com is to be believed then Wrestlemania 34 will run for more than seven-hour long. There will be a pre-show consisting three matches which will last for two hours whereas the main show itself is expected to run for five hours.
— WWE WrestleMania (@WrestleMania) April 6, 2018
This is what the source had to offer:
“The WWE Network has updated its programming guide for Sun., April 8, 2018, which means we now know exactly how much time WWE is blocking out for WrestleMania 34. The schedule lists a two-hour pre-show (starting at 5 pm ET) and a five-hour main pay-per-view card (starting at 7 pm ET).”
In fact, the source claimed that the officials are willing to run the show for as long as ‘it needs to fit everything in’. Keeping this in mind, the show might even continue for over seven hours, as well.
— WWE WrestleMania (@WrestleMania) April 5, 2018
Last year, we had 12 matches on the Wrestlemania card which needed to go on for more than seven hours. It came despite when WWE claimed that the event will last for six hours.
This year, the number of matches will turn out to be 14, in combined, if we count the unconfirmed match between John Cena and The Undertaker. So, it is going to be a long night, indeed.
Furthermore, the pyros will be back on WWE programming. Due to cost-cutting reasons, Vince McMahon and co. trimmed the mind-blowing pyro-techniques from the televised events.
They were not seen even big PPVs like Summerslam, Survivor Series or Royal Rumble. But, they would be back at the biggest event of the year.
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