WrestleMania 37 To Take Place In Los Angeles [Rumor]

Everyone knows that WrestleMania 36 will take place at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, Florida, but the location for WrestleMania 37 hasn't been announced yet.

The announcement for the ensuing year's WrestleMania event is often announced in March, so fans will have to wait a least four more months. However, it sounds like WWE has already picked their location for 2019.

Citing a source, Brad Shepard of Oh, You Didn't Know Patreon reports (h/t Ringside News), Los Angeleles, California is the leading candidate to host WrestleMania 37 next year.

The location would be SoFi Stadium - the future home of the NFL's Los Angeles Rams and Chargers - which is slated to open in 2020. The stadium will reportedly have a capacity of just over 72,000 - though it can be expanded to more than 100,00.

Shepard added that it'd "be a surprise if" Los Angeles wasn't the destination for WrestleMania 37.

Although Los Angeles is one of the biggest markets in the United States, the city hasn't hosted WrestleMania since 2005, when the event was held at the Staples Center. That night saw both John Cena and Batista rise to main event status after winning the WWE and World Heavyweight Championships, respectively.

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WrestleMania last came to the state of California in 2015, when the event was held at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara. But it sounds like it won't be long until WrestleMania heads back to California.

LA Is The Perfect Location For WrestleMania

Not only is Los Angeles a major market, but with a brand new stadium on the way, it makes perfect sense for WWE to head back to Hollywood for WrestleMania. There's a huge sports following in the L.A. area, and the city has been an excellent host to WrestleMania three times. Add everything up, and this is the ideal destination for the WWE.

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