The road to Wrestlemania comes to a conclusion this weekend as WrestleMania 37 goes down this Saturday and Sunday.
As per last year, the grandest stage of them all will be split into Part 1 and Part 2, airing Saturday and Sunday night.
Hulk Hogan and Titus O’Neil are hosting proceedings from the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa Bay, home of this year’s Super Bowl champions the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
There’s no fewer than eight titles on the line, we’ve got ourselves a cage match featuring Shane O’Mac and all the big names are on board including Edge, Daniel Bryan, Roman Reigns, Randy Orton, Bobby Lashley, Drew McIntyre, Sasha Banks, Bianca Belair, Shayna Baszler, Nia Jax and more.
Let’s talk a look at the matchups for this week with what’s confirmed so far for this weekend.
Wrestlemania 37: Part 1
- WWE Championship: Bobby Lashley (C) v Drew McIntyre
- SmackDown Women’s Championship: Sasha Banks (C) v Bianca Belair
- Bad Bunny & Damian Priest v The Miz & John Morrisson
- Cesaro v Seth Rollins
- RAW Tag Team Championship: Kofi Kingston & Xavier Woods (C) v AJ Styles & Omos
- Steel Cage Match: Braun Strowman v Shane McMahon
- Tag Team Turmoil: Naomi & Lana v Mandy Rose & Dana Brooke v The Riott Squad v Natalya & Tamina (for title bout on night 2)
Wrestlemania 37: Part 2
- Universal Championship: Roman Reigns (C) v Edge v Daniel Bryan (Triple Threat)
- The Fiend v Randy Orton
- Intercontinental Championship: Big E (C) v Apollo Crews (Nigerian Drum Fight)
- United States Championship: Riddle (C) v Sheamus
- Kevin Owens v Sami Zayn
- WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship: Shayna Baszler & Nia Jas v winners of night 1 Tag Team Turmoil match
How to watch Wrestlemania 37 in Ireland
In the US, Peacock TV are taking care of the TV broadcast for Wrestlemania and other WWE-related events.
Last month saw the return of WWE to Irish screens with Virgin Media Two announced as the Irish home for WWE SmackDown and RAW every Sunday from 10.30 am.
There are also plans to show WWE 24: Becky Lynch and WWE 24: Finn Balor, offering fans a closer look at the lives and careers of the Irish-born WWE superstars.
However, for Irish viewers, you’ll be wanting a WWE Network subscription that will set you back in the region of €12.99 for a month, but includes full access to this weekend’s WrestleMania events including the WWE Hall of Fame induction for 2021, all your NXT content and everything else you need to gear up for this weekend’s showpiece.
Kick-off time is 8 pm Eastern / 5 pm Pacific, meaning a midnight start on Saturday and Sunday night to watch it all live.
Here’s hoping you’ve got Monday booked off.