Is Wrestlemania 37 cancelled? Fans curious after venue change

Iram Sharifah Khan April 1, 2021
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Is Wrestlemania 37 cancelled? Fans are wondering about the status of Wrestlemania 37 as the date for the wrestling event draws near. We look into this!

Is Wrestlemania 37 cancelled?

Following the cancellation of Wrestlemania 36 at Ray-Jay Stadium and its subsequent move to WWE Performance Centre due to the pandemic, fans have been wondering what the future holds for the event. Where will Wrestlemania 37 take place? Or is it cancelled?

No, Wrestlemania 37 is not cancelled and is, in fact, scheduled to take place between 10-11 April. This year the event will be hosted at Ray-Jay stadium, as before.

The original plan featured the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles as its venue, but that was later changed, which may have contributed to fans’ uncertainty about the event.

WM 37’s hosts are Hall of Famers Titus O’Neil and Hulk Hogan. Next year, Wrestlemania 38 is expected to take place in Arlington, Texas at the AT&T stadium. The event is currently scheduled for 3 April 2022.

How to watch Wrestlemania 37

Wrestlemania won’t feature on its regular streaming service on the WWE Network in America. Instead, viewers in the US can watch the two-night event on NBC’s Peacock, a subscription streaming service.

This year, the show will be split into two nights instead of its regular seven-hour feature.

For those who want to go and see the show live, Ticketmaster is still selling tickets at the time of writing. Ray-Jay Stadium has made sure that social distancing measures are taken for the event.

Wrestlemania 37 matches

The line up this year for Wrestlemania 37, is split across the two days that the event runs for. Names are matched as follows:

Night 1 on Saturday, 10 April 2021:

  • WWE SmackDown Women’s Championship – Sasha Banks (c) vs. Bianca Belair
  • WWE Championship – Bobby Lashley (c) (with MVP) vs. Drew McIntyre
  • Singles match – Bad Bunny (with Damian Priest) vs. The Miz (with John Morrison)
  • WWE Raw Tag Team Championship – The New Day (Kofi Kingston and Xavier Woods) (c) vs. AJ Styles & Omos
  • Steel cage match – Braun Strowman vs. Shane McMahon
  • Singles match – Cesaro vs. Seth Rollins

Night 2 on Sunday, 11 April 2021:

  • WWE Universal Championship – Roman Reigns (c) (with Paul Heyman) vs. Edge vs. Daniel Bryan
  • WWE Raw Women’s Championship – Asuka (c) vs. Rhea Ripley
  • Singles match – The Fiend (with Alexa Bliss) vs. Randy Orton
  • Intercontinental Championship – Big E (c) vs. Apollo Crews
  • Singles match – Kevin Owens vs. Sami Zayn
  • WWE United States Championship – Riddle (c) vs. Sheamus

(c) – “refers to the champion(s) heading into the match “.

Twitter weighs in on this year’s event

Twitter is rife with Wrestlemania 37-related posts, from promotional content and merchandise to fan and celebrity tweets and theories about who :

Iram is a London-based freelance journalist with a BA in Journalism and Media from Birkbeck University. She studied several modules, including Journalism in British Life, Interview skills and Feature Writing, Introduction to Journalism Practice and Manga and Anime. Iram went from university to work with GRV Media at The Focus Writers’ Academy and enjoys learning Japanese, taking singing lessons, playing video games and watching Korean dramas in her spare time.