This article or section contains information about scheduled or expected future events.
It may contain tentative information; the content may change as the event approaches and more information becomes available.
WrestleMania 38 is the upcoming 38th annual WrestleMania professional wrestling event produced by WWE. It will be held for wrestlers from the promotion's Raw and SmackDown brand divisions. The event will air on pay-per-view (PPV) worldwide and will be available to stream through Peacock in the United States and the WWE Network elsewhere. It is scheduled to be held as a two-night event, taking place on April 2 and 3, 2022, at the AT&T Stadium in the Dallas suburb of Arlington, Texas.
WrestleMania is considered WWE's flagship pay-per-view (PPV) and Peacock/WWE Network event, having first been held in 1985. It is the longest-running professional wrestling event in history and is held annually between mid-March to mid-April. It was the first of WWE's original four pay-per-views, which includes Royal Rumble, SummerSlam, and Survivor Series, originally dubbed the "Big Four", and as of October 2021, it is one of the company's five biggest events of the year, along with Money in the Bank, referred to as the "Big Five". WrestleMania is ranked the sixth most valuable sports brand in the world by Forbes, and has been described as the Super Bowl of sports entertainment. WrestleMania 38 will feature wrestlers from the Raw and SmackDown brand divisions.
On January 16, 2021, in addition to announcing the date and location change of WrestleMania 37, which had to be rescheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the promotion revealed the dates and locations of the next two WrestleMania events. WrestleMania 38 was announced to be held at AT&T Stadium in the Dallas suburb of Arlington, Texas. It was originally scheduled to be held solely on April 3, 2022; however, on October 25, 2021, it was revealed that like the previous two WrestleMania events, WrestleMania 38 was expanded to take place over two nights, on Saturday, April 2 and on Sunday, April 3, 2022. It will be the fourth WrestleMania to be held in the state of Texas (after X-Seven, 25, and 32) and the second to be held in this venue, after WrestleMania 32 in 2016, which set the attendance record for a WrestleMania event at 101,763 (although this number has been disputed). Travel packages became available on November 8, 2021, while general tickets went on sale on November 12.
The event will include matches that result from scripted storylines, where wrestlers portray heroes, villains, or less distinguishable characters in scripted events that build tension and culminate in a wrestling match or series of matches. Results are predetermined by WWE's writers on the Raw and SmackDown brands, while storylines are produced on WWE's weekly television shows, Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown.
- Numbers in parentheses indicate the length of the match.
- (c) refers to the champion(s) heading into the match.
Other on-screen talent
- [ WrestleMania XXXIVIII Official Website]
- [ WrestleMania XXXVIII Night 1 Pre Show on WWE Network]
- [ WrestleMania XXXVIII Night 1 on WWE Network]
- [ WrestleMania XXXVIII Night 1 Pre Show at CAGEMATCH.net]
- WrestleMania XXXVIII Night 1 at CAGEMATCH.net
- [ WrestleMania XXXVIII Night 2 Pre Show on WWE Network]
- [ WrestleMania XXXVIII Night 2 on WWE Network]
- [ WrestleMania XXXVIII Night 2 Pre Show at CAGEMATCH.net]
- WrestleMania XXXVIII Night 2 at CAGEMATCH.net
|WrestleMania 38 previews|
|2022 World Wrestling Entertainment Premium Live Events|
|I (1985) • II (1986) • III (1987) • IV (1988) • V (1989) • VI (1990) • VII (1991) • VIII (1992) • IX (1993) • X (1994) • XI (1995) • XII (1996) • XIII (1997) • XIV (1998) • XV (1999) • XVI (2000) • XVII (2001) • XVIII (2002) • XIX (2003) • XX (2004) • XXI (2005) • XXII (2006) • XXIII (2007) • XXIV (2008) • XXV (2009) • XXVI (2010) • XXVII (2011) • XXVIII (2012) • XXIX (2013) • XXX (2014) • XXXI (2015) • 32 (2016) • 33 (2017) • 34 (2018) • 35 (2019) • 36 (2020) • 37 (2021) • 38 (2022) • 39 (2023)|