While there has been no official comment from WWE, it appears that the location of WrestleMania 43 in 2027 has been revealed.
Speaking on 104-5 The Zone, Tennessee Titans President and CEO Burke Nihill said that the sports entertainment giant will be heading to the new home of the NFL franchise.
The Titans Stadium is set to open in 2027 and will have a capacity of around 60,000 and will be fully enclosed. According to the Titans website, the new stadium will look to “host Titans games, TSU football games, and community activities, and also attract the world’s largest and most prestigious events such as Super Bowls, Final Fours, College Football Playoffs, and Wrestlemanias.”
When discussing potential events at the new stadium Nihill said that WrestleMania in 2027 is confirmed.
“WrestleMania isn’t hypothetical. WrestleMania has already committed to 2027,”
WWE Taking WrestleMania To Philidelphia In 2024
While the dust has barely settled on WrestleMania 39, it has already been confirmed that the spectacular will be heading to Philadelphia in 2024.
The event will take place at Lincoln Financial Field, the home of the Philadelphia Eagles. It will be the first time that WrestleMania has been held in the city since 1999. On that occasion, the event was headlined by the first WrestleMania meeting between The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin.
Incredibly, both men have already been linked with appearances at WrestleMania 40.
It has also been reported that a huge rematch between Cody Rhodes and Roman Reigns is also on the table.