WrestleMania 34 is just a few days and WrestleMania 35 is already set for MetLife Stadium in New Jersey but there are cities already looking to host WWE's biggest weekend of the year.
The Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority has released the latest list of names that have been invited to attend a Vikings games as their guests of honor this year. Typically, these invitations are sent out for business purposes and they include people in politics, sports and entertainment.
It turns out that personnel from WWE are on the list of guests invited to the Baltimore Ravens game on October 22 at U.S. Bank Stadium. The guest list also mentions the reason why they were invited and it says that they will be there for "Potential WrestleMania in 2020 or 2021."
WWE likes to keep a lid on potential WrestleMania locations so they are probably not happy about this news getting out. Minnesota has been a rumored location for the last few years. The seating capacity is 66,665 for Vikings games but that can be expanded to 73,000 for soccer, concerts and special events.
If a deal is made to bring WrestleMania to Minnesota then I would presume that it would mean that the Hall Of Fame, NXT Takeover, Raw and Smackdown Live would take place at the Target Center and the Minneapolis Convention Center would be the likely site for WrestleMania Axxess.
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