From tonight’s episode of Monday Night Raw to both nights of WrestleMania 37 this weekend, there is a lot to take in with some blockbuster matches already confirmed.
There’s also the Hall of Fame induction ceremony – with both the 2020 and 2021 classes – and offerings from NXT and NXT UK.
On the surface, it all looks pretty overwhelming, but for WWE fans focused on their programming there’ll be no crossovers so no need to miss a moment of the in-ring action.
WrestleMania is like wrestling’s Christmas, if Santa Claus brought steel chairs and championship titles instead of candy canes and teddy bears – so there’s plenty to get exciting about over the next few days, especially with the return of a live crowd at Raymond James Stadium this weekend.
Here’s what’s on tap for the week…
WWE Raw preview
Monday at 1am (BT Sport 1)
Monday Night Raw comes from the ThunderDome tonight, with some blockbuster matches set including Drew McIntyre vs. King Corbin, and WrestleMania opponents Asuka and Rhea Ripley teaming up against tag team champs Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax.
Elsewhere, WWE Champion Bobby Lashley will clash with former Hurt Business associate Cedric Alexander, and The New Day’s Xavier Woods will battle AJ Styles with Kofi Kingston and Omos at ringisde.
WWE Hall of Fame preview
Tuesday at 1am (WWE Network)
The WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony is very different this year, with reports suggesting there’s no one actually inducting the honourees, while there’ll be two classes getting their name in the history books.
As well as two nights of WrestleMania, fans are also getting the first ever NXT TakeOver double header with Stand & Deliver promising some incredible matches.
Night one sees NXT UK Champion WALTER take on Tommaso Ciampa, while the main event pits Io Shirai against Raquel Gonzalez with the former’s NXT Women’s Title on the line.
NXT UK Prelude preview
Thursday at 8pm (WWE Network)
The best of British and European wrestling gets a chance to show off in a major way with NXT UK Prelude with some blockbuster bouts on the card.
WALTER will battle Rampage Brown (with or without the gold), while Kay Lee Ray and Isla Dawn team up against Meiko Satomura and Emilia McKenzie, and Noam Bar faces Tyler Bat in a Heritage Cup rules match to determine A-Kid’s next challenger.
NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver night two preview
Thursday at 1am (WWE Network and BT Sport 1)
Back to NXT TakeOver on Thursday night, with the second night of Stand & Deliver with some high profile championship matches and some feel grudge feuds coming to a head.
Finn Balor’s NXT Title is on the line against Karrion Kross, while former Undisputed Era brethren Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly will destroy each other in an Unsanctioned Match.
WWE SmackDown (WrestleMania edition) preview
Friday at 1am (BT Sport 1)
As announced last week, Friday’s episode of SmackDown will be a special WrestleMania edition, with two major matches shifted onto the weekly show rather than this weekend’s stadium event.
The Andre The Giant Battle Royal will be held there, as well as a Fatal Four Way match for the tag team titles featuring the likes of Street Profits and father-son duo Rey and Dominik Mysterio.
WWE WrestleMania 37 night one preview
Saturday at 1am (WWE Network and BT Sport Box Office)
After all the build-up, the week really kicks into another level with the first night of WrestleMania 37 at Raymond James Stadium as fans return to WWE events for the first time in over a year.
Following the usual one-hour Kickoff show, the action will really get underway with Bobby Lashley defending the WWE Championship against Drew McIntyre, while Bianca Belair challenges SmackDown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks and Bad Bunny makes his in-ring debut.
WWE WrestleMania 37 night two preview
Sunday at 1am (WWE Network and BT Sport Box Office)
Just like last year’s edition, WrestleMania 37 is a two night extravaganza, again with a Kickoff before the main card.
Logan Paul will be at ringside for Sami Zayn vs. Kevin Owens, The Fiend returns to face Randy Orton and Royal Rumble winner Edge battles Daniel Bryan and Universal Champion Roman Reigns for the gold.
Once WrestleMania 37 is over, there’s the small matter of Chris Jericho on the Broken Skull Sessions with ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, then the Raw after WrestleMania, and NXT’s Tuesday night debut.
Then, we can sleep!
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