Report: WWE Talent Vocalising Preference for Two-Night WrestleManias To Continue

The two-night format has been a success for WWE

A number of WWE talent have reportedly been very vocal to management and officials backstage about the preference for WrestleMania to remain a two-night event going forward.

Both WrestleMania 36 and WrestleMania 37 were presented across two evenings, a Saturday and a Sunday, as WWE got to grips with putting out their product during the COVID-19 Pandemic. While the former was conducted in the Performance Center, without fans, the latter saw 25,000 in attendance each night in Tampa, Florida, and was widely considered a success. 

Fightful Select is reporting that the talent and staff they have spoken to highly enjoyed the two-night WrestleMania format, citing the lack of crowd exhaustion as a huge benefit. One-night WrestleManias, in recent years, have run as long as seven hours, leaving the crowd drained and tired heading into the second-half of the show. 

Multiple talent and staff have made clear to those who will listen that they would prefer WrestleMania to remain being presented across two nights, and there is some speculation that the reason a date for WrestleMania 38 next year hasn't been confirmed is because the company is considering continuing a two-night show.

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