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Minnesota, U.S. Bank Stadium spurned by Wrestlemania for Las Vegas | Sporting News



Wrestlemania is arguably the biggest event in the world of professional wrestling and it has regularly sold out football stadiums across the United States. This year, the two-night event was held at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, PA.

Throughout its history, Wrestlemania has been in many different buildings and cities across North America. From Madison Square Garden to Caesars Palace and AT&T Stadium, it has become an incredible spectacle that sells out National Football League stadiums two nights each year.

Each year at Wrestlemania, they do a vignette announcing the location of the following year’s Wrestlemania. Sometimes, the event was announced to a location before the vignette, but that wasn’t the case this year.

The location of Wrestlemania 41 revealed

During the pre-show of the Kentucky Derby, the WWE announced that next year’s edition of Wrestlemania will be held at Allegiant Stadium, the home of the Las Vegas Raiders. It was initially projected to be U.S. Bank Stadium, the home of the Minnesota Vikings. They chose not to come to the land of 10,000 lakes.

This would have been the first time that the Twin Cities would have hosted the grandest stage of them all. They have hosted multiple pay-per-views, including the infamous Judgement Day PPV in 2005 with the I Quit match between John Cena and JBL. 

The two-night event will take place on April 19th and 20th, 2025.

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