They’re on the move. WWE has long since become the biggest and most powerful wrestling promotion in the world. As a result, they are a global company which runs shows around the world in major arenas and stadiums. That is quite the task to pull off but they make it work with the help of some strong resources. They are in the process of changing things up a bit, though it might be slower than it seems.

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WWE is in the process of moving its headquarters from Titan Towers in Stamford Connecticut, its official home since 1991, to another facility a little over two miles away. According to, the process has been delayed and is expected to begin next month after WrestleMania. The new building is being renovated, with the project and move expected to be completed either late this year or in early 2024.

Titan Towers has been around for a long time. Check out some of its appearances:

Opinion: This is the kind of move that makes sense as WWE has grown quite a bit in the last thirty two years. If nothing else, it is nice to see WWE continuing with their plans, but the nostalgic fan in me will miss a place that has been around for so much of the company’s history. It won’t make a different to the fans watching at home, but it is a big change for WWE’s day to day operations.

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