The next home. We are less than a month removed from WrestleMania 40 and that means WrestleMania season is mostly over for the year. The show was the biggest of the year again but there is one thing missing after the latest edition: the location for next year’s show, which is usually announced more than a year in advance. Now we know what to expect and it is a bit different next time.

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This weekend, during NBC’s coverage of the Kentucky Derby, WWE announced that WrestleMania 41 will be held at Allegiant Stadium in Paradise, Nevada (near Las Vegas) on April 19 and 20. This will be the latest the show has ever been held and marks the sixth straight year the event will take place over two days. WrestleMania was last held in Nevada in 1993 with WrestleMania 9.

This is big. Check out the announcement plus some of what is coming to Nevada:

Opinion: That is going to be an interesting one as not only is it the latest WrestleMania in history, but it is also taking place on Easter Sunday. That might cause some issues for the show locally but it should be fine for the rest of the country. For now though, this is one of the biggest announcements that wrestling fans get every year and now we can start the countdown to the big weekend all over again.

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