WWE Hall of Famer accidently spoils the location of WrestleMania 41

The Undertaker has bottled it up on next year's landing spot for WrestleMania.


WWE Hall of Famer accidently spoils the location of WrestleMania 41

Triple H at WrestleMania XL [via- WWE]

While WWE has yet to announce the on-site location for WrestleMania 41, there’s been a ton of chatter about what’s been reported in that direction thus far. This time around, it’s not a scoop, but The Undertaker casually namedropping the city for the pop-culture extravaganza in 2025. In a recent episode of his Six Feet Under podcast, Taker and his co-host were discussing the potential ‘Mania hosts in the future.

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Upon being asked when the next WrestleMania would be held in Orlando, the WWE HOF’er had no idea. But he did say that next year, it’s in Vegas. Apparently, The Undertaker spilled the beans on something he wasn’t supposed to. Back in March, Fightful Select revealed that Minneapolis was the frontrunner to stage next year’s WrestleMania. Moreover, the US Bank Stadium was considered to be the likely hunting ground.

But recently, WWE President Nick Khan addressed the future of their PLEs moving forward. This past Wednesday at the World Congress of Sports in Las Vegas, Khan said that the Big 4, viz., WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, SummerSlam, and Survivor Series, are expected to be centered around North America, Canada, and The United States. Moreover, the other PLEs would be taken to international markets, as per the current plan.

It's in Vegas next year. That's what I think. I think I've heard that.
The Undertaker on his Six Feet Under podcast

Nick was also asked about the unprecedented deferral in the official promulgation of the location for their upcoming WrestleMania. While answering, he said he wasn’t ready to reveal it just yet. But he also confirmed that Las Vegas is one of the cities that WWE is considering. The internal belief is that if Minneapolis doesn’t land WrestleMania in 2025, they’ll make it a year later.

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The Rock has set his sights on WrestleMania 41

A couple of weeks ago, WWE was relishing in the grandiosity of WrestleMania XL. It became the highest-viewed entertainment event on Peacock with nearly 1.3 billion minutes of stream time. And a fair share of credit goes to The Rock.

The Rock at WrestleMania XL
The Rock at WrestleMania XL [via- WWE]

He channeled that sinister side of his that was prevalent during the Attitude Era. The Great One was arguably the linchpin of the single most incredible pivot WWE has made. But The Rock’s WWE tenure is far from over. He’s off right now due to his commitments in Hollywood.

However, the 51-year-old recently stated that he has his sights set on WrestleMania 41. Moreover, the tentative plan at the moment is for him to battle Cody Rhodes at the said event, no matter if Rhodes is the champion at that point or not.

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