WWE fans hoping to see The Showcase Of The Immortals will be able to do so while enjoying the big screen cinema experience.
WWE’s biggest show of the year is well on its way and for those wanting to view the WrestleMania 38 Premium Live Event in the best way possible, then a big-screen movie theatre experience might be the way forward!
WWE has announced a partnership with Fathomevents.com to bring both nights of this year’s ‘most stupendous’ ‘Mania to cinemas meaning that people will be able to see Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns in a winner take all, title unification match for the WWE and Universal Titles and Charlotte Flair vs. Ronda Rousey in the comfort of a movie theatre.
Theatre’s all over the United States will be taking part in this cinematic event so to find out if there’s one near you click this link to open a PDF of the full list of participating locations.
For more information, check out the WrestleMania 38 page on the Fathom events website.
This year’s WrestleMania takes place across April 2 and April 3 with two roughly four-hour-long shows.
Night one of WrestleMania 38 boasts two top women’s title matches with Charlotte Flair taking on Ronda Rousey for the SmackDown women’s championship, and Becky Lynch facing Bianca Belair for the Raw women’s championship.
We’re also getting Shinsuke Nakamura and Rick Boogs vs. The Usos for the SmackDown tag team titles.
In terms of non-title matches, we’re getting Drew McIntyre finally attempting to settle the score against Happy Corbin, The Mysterios taking on The Miz and Logan Paul and Kevin Owens coming face-to-face with Stone Cold Steve Austin on the KO Show.
And then on night two there will be the big Brock Lesnar vs. Roman Reigns main event with both the WWE and Universal titles on the line.
Joining that match will be a Fatal Four Way for the WWE women’s tag-team titles with Carmella and Queen Zelina Vega taking on Naomi and Sasha Banks, Liv Morgan and Rhea Ripley and the final team of Natalya and Shayna Bazler.
Johnny Knoxville and Sami Zayn will clash in an anything goes match, and Pat McAfee will take on Austin Theory.
Edge vs. AJ styles and the RAW tag-team title match between The Street Profits and RKBro have been confirmed but not announced for a day yet.