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WrestleMania XL is coming soon and we’ve got info on the show and a classic ‘Mania.

It’s time for some WrestleMania XL info. WrestleMania, the highest level of professional wrestling in the United States and North America has a long history. It has endured name changes and has been re-branded and polished more times than fans care to remember.

Nonetheless, the spirit of wrestling lives on, whether you’re a lover of the golden era of WWF greats such as Hulk Hogan and the Ultimate Warrior or prefer the modern age of WWE. As fans prepare for the 2024 “Showcase of the Immortals,” let’s look at the upcoming show along with one of the WWE’s greatest WrestleManias.

Some fans like to stick to their favorites, remaining frozen in time as they dream of the glory days. Other wrestling enthusiasts love to look to the future, keeping their ear to the ground, hoping to hear first of the next big names coming through the ranks.

On which side of the fence do you sit? Are you Hulk Hogan forever, or perhaps you prefer the skills and athleticism of today’s legends, including Roman Reigns? There’s plenty for followers of modern professional wrestling to get excited about, including Wrestlemania XL, which is on the horizon and approaching fast.

The line-up for Wrestlemania XL remains top secret, but rumors continue to circulate concerning a guest appearance from combat sports. Could we see boxing’s Tyson Fury back on the big stage or one of the leading names from the UFC, like Islam Makhachev?

Tongues are wagging, but fans are left guessing, with officials at the WWE and Wrestlemania planners keeping their cards close to their chest. The WWE isn’t making it easy for fans to get their hands on any WrestleMania XL info. We can’t wait to find out the truth.

WrestleMania XL Info

Can’t wait any longer? We understand you’re excited about the upcoming Wrestlemania XL, and we share your enthusiasm. That’s why we’re updating our readers on the next episode of professional wrestling’s best-loved fixture.

Wrestlemania XL takes place on the 6th and 7th of April 2024. The awe-inspiring Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, provides the backdrop as WrestleMania, like so much of professional sports in the US, shows it’s fully recovered and past the effects of the pandemic.

With record pay-per-view numbers expected, industry insiders believe this could be the best and most exciting Wrestlemania in living memory. That’s possible, but it will have to deliver a lot to displace our favorite from 10 years ago in New Orleans.

A Look Back at an All-Time Great: WrestleMania XXX

We hope to help keep you informed, but let’s pause for a moment to look back at the glory days and a show that’s now considered retro—WrestleMania XXX. Now a decade old, XXX was an occasion that will live long in the memory of sports fans, not just those with a passion for the WWE.

How many of the fights listed did you watch on TV? Did you stay up late for the action, watch it on DVD, or catch up on TV? We hope what follows jogs your memory of one of the best WrestleMania’s ever seen.

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The Undertaker’s Streak Meets Its End

WrestleMania is known for its streaks but none were as iconic as The Undertaker’s 21-0 record. Enter Brock Lesnar, the Beast Incarnate, who decided it was time to take down the Deadman. The match was a brutal back-and-forth, but it ended with the unthinkable: Brock Lesnar pinned The Undertaker, snapping the streak and leaving fans worldwide in shock. Cue the jaws dropping!

The Yes Movement Takes Over

In 2014, a certain bearded superstar named Daniel Bryan started the “Yes Movement.” The WWE Universe rallied behind him, demanding he gets a shot at the World Heavyweight Championship. WrestleMania XXX delivered in a big way.

Bryan battled Triple H, and after an epic showdown, Bryan not only defeated Triple H but went on to win the World Heavyweight Championship in a triple-threat match, sending the Superdome into a frenzy of “Yes!” chants. It was a moment that proved that dreams come true, even in scripted sports entertainment.

Hulk Hogan, The Rock, and Stone Cold Steve Austin Share the Ring

It’s not every day that you see three of the biggest wrestling legends of all time sharing a ring. But at WrestleMania XXX, that’s what happened. Hulk Hogan, The Rock, and Stone Cold Steve Austin came together for a hilarious and heartwarming segment. From trading catchphrases to drinking some imaginary beers, it was a surreal and side-splitting moment with fans chanting along with these icons.

The Vickie Guerrero Invitational

Let’s not forget the women’s division! In 2014, the Divas Championship was up for grabs in a match named the “Vickie Guerrero Invitational.” This match featured a chaotic 14-woman brawl where entrants had to pin or submit an opponent to win the title.

While it may not have been the most technically impressive match, it had its fair share of slapstick moments that left fans chuckling. In the end, AJ Lee retained her championship, but the real entertainment was in the chaos that took place throughout the match.

Bray Wyatt’s Creepy Entrance

Another one of WrestleMania XXX’s highlights was Bray Wyatt’s entrance. The eerie swamp-like setting, complete with fireflies in the audience, added an element of spookiness to the event.

Wyatt’s character was captivatingly bizarre, and his match against John Cena showcased the perfect blend of athleticism and storytelling, as well as some genuinely spooky mind games. It’s not often you see a wrestling match that makes you question reality, but this was one of those moments.

Cesaro Lifts the Giant

In a moment that made everyone question the limits of human strength, Cesaro squared off against The Big Show in a memorable match. The Swiss Superman delivered one of WrestleMania’s most incredible feats of power when he hoisted the nearly 500-pound Big Show onto his shoulders and executed a thunderous body slam. It was a moment that left fans both impressed and laughing at the sheer audacity of it all.

The Ultimate Party

WrestleMania isn’t just about the wrestling—it’s about the entertainment. And at WrestleMania XXX, the New Orleans crowd got an extra dose of entertainment when the legendary New Orleans jazz band, The Preservation Hall Jazz Band, teamed up with WWE’s own Fandango for a bizarre dance-off. It was an unforgettable blend of wrestling and NOLA culture that had everyone in stitches.

We’ve shared our thoughts on one of the finest WrestleMania events but what are your favorites? As WrestleMania XL draws near, do you have any matches you’d like to see take place there? Should the WWE bring in some guests from combat sports? Will WrestleMania XL live up to the hype?