Vince McMahon Is Not Letting COVID-19 TakeOver WrestleMania!

Written by: Bryant Santos, March 19th 2020, 11:33am pst

The WWE just pulled out a move that’s never been done before…

The company announced that this year’s WrestleMania won’t just be a one-night event. This historic event will now take place on two nights, giving fans more action-packed wrestling moments to look forward to.

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But wait, there’s more!

NFL Superstar Rob Gronkowski will also be making an appearance at WrestleMania for the second time, but this time as the Host of this year’s event. Gronk last appeared during the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 33, where he shoulder tackled Jinder Mahal to help his friend Mojo Rawley win that match.

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WWE has already announced the relocation of WrestleMania, due to guidance from government officials and COVID-19.

Broadcasting from a closed set with no live audience at the WWE Performance Center, this unique event will air on PPV and the WWE network on Saturday, April 4 and Sunday, April 5.

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Keep an eye out on WWE’s social media pages for more information on WrestleMania and if you want to catch up on all things WWE, check out AfterBuzz TV’s Wrestling & Sports YouTube page for more!

About The Author:

Bryant Santos is a Social Media Manager and pop culture enthusiast with a passion for fashion and television. As a host for AfterBuzz TV, Bryant loves to bring you all the juiciest news and gossip about your favorite TV shows and celebs. Bryant brings his bubbly personality, quick wit, and an insightful LGBT perspective to many AfterShows including wrestling, teen dramas, sci-fi/fantasy, and more!

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