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WWE Unveils New York Themed WrestleMania 35 Logo [Photos]

On Friday, WWE revealed news related to WrestleMania 35 in the New York/New Jersey area where their biggest event will be taking place from MetLife Stadium on April 7, 2019. Capping off the announcements was the reveal of the new WrestleMania 35 logo.

Among those in attendance at Friday morning's press conference were Triple H, Stephanie McMahon, The New Day, Ronda Rousey, John Cena, Nikki Bella, Braun Strowman, RAW Women's Champion Alexa Bliss, Nia Jax, Apollo, Titus O'Neil, and players from the NFL's New York Giants. As Executive Vice President of Special Events John Saboor pointed out, it was a "fun way to start off a Friday."

You can see a number of the photos take from the event reveal the new logo and we have to say, it's pretty sweet. Working in the classic WrestleMania lettering and paying an homage to the Statue of Liberty, the logo mixes the feeling of New York and the feeling of WrestleMania well.

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You can also see the entire video of the press conference at the bottom of this post.

Also, interesting coming out of the event was that Ronda Rousey confirmed she will be in action at next year's event, wrestling a match for WWE. This may not be a huge surprise but it is confirmation that Rousey and WWE have big plans that span far longer than this year's extravaganza. John Cena was also part of the press conference suggesting he'll be a part of the show despite rumors that he'll be significantly cutting back on his appearances for WWE.

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Undoubtedly, there is a lot of time for WWE to lay the foundation for the event but it's never too early to promote where the event will be and give the WWE Universe a glimpse of what the show will feel, sound and look like. WWE did that in spades on Friday morning.

What other surprises could WWE have in store for next year's event? Time will tell but it should be exciting and grande, as only the WWE can do it.

 

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