Watch: Behind The Scenes Of WWE Video Package Editing

Behind the scenes of how WWE WrestleMania video packages are made

While everyone celebrates WrestleMania for what the WWE Superstars achieve in the ring, there is so much more that goes into making the event a success.

One of the things that WWE has become famous for is its opening and closing video packages, especially for huge shows such as WrestleMania.

Have you ever wondered how those video sequences get put together? Well, wonder no more as a member of the video editing team has shared a behind-the-scenes look at the process online.

In the clip on TikTok, fans are given a sneak peek at the closing package for WrestleMania 39 night one coming together. Each match is edited live, and then the chosen clips are quickly stitched together and added to what will be the final sequence. Impressively, the main event is edited and added to the master sequence as the show is ending, meaning it’s completed right before it’s broadcast.


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WWE Toasts “Most Successful WrestleMania Ever”

As the dust was beginning to settle on the huge news about WWE’s future, the sports entertainment giant sent out a press release detailing the huge success of WrestleMania 39. The company stated that the event set new records for “viewership, gate, sponsorship, merchandise, and social media.”

The official attendance was announced as 161,892 across the two nights of the show, making the gate worth a staggering $21.6 million.

Fresh off the back of WrestleMania 39, WWE announced a new merger with UFC. The deal will see the company join with the MMA promotion under parent company Endeavor.

The deal will see the creation of a new publicly listed company that will be 51% owned by Endeavor and 49% owned by WWE. A press release stated that the merger is worth a staggering $21 billion, and Ariel Emanuel will serve as CEO with Vince McMahon as Executive Chairman.