WrestleMania is the biggest date in the WWE calendar, with the event acting as something of a series finale.
With the culmination of storylines and title changes taking place, WrestleMania is hands down the most exciting event for any wrestling fan.
With that in mind, we want to take a look at when - and where - the event will take place.
When is WrestleMania 2023?
This year, WWE has gone to Hollywood, with the event taking place at the SoFi Stadium in Inglewood California.
The event will take place on two nights, with the first night being Saturday, April 1, and the second being Sunday, April 2.
Royal Rumble winner Cody Rhodes will face dominant champion Roman Reigns in the biggest match of the event, with the former AEW star looking to topple the Tribal Chief on the grandest stage of all.
The event promises to be mega, with appearances from Superstars both past and present certain to make it a night to remember.
With WrestleMania once again being a two-night extravaganza, you can be certain that plenty of wrestling will be on offer.
So far, these are the confirmed matches for the event:
- Roman Reigns vs Cody Rhodes (Universal Championship Match)
- Charlotte Flair vs Rhea Ripley (SmackDown Women's Championship Match)
- Bianca Belair vs Asuka (Raw Women's Championship Match)
Undoubtedly, more matches will be confirmed in the coming weeks as we build toward the grandest event of all.
Where to Watch WrestleMania 39
WrestleMania 39 will be streamed exclusively on Peacock in the United States.
For the rest of the world, you can catch the full event on the WWE Network.