WWE WrestleMania 32 Tour Guide in Dallas
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On Sunday April 3, WWE will invade Dallas for the biggest event of the year, WrestleMania 32.
For wrestling fans, WrestleMania week has turned into a major spectacle, with landmark events each day leading up to Sunday’s main show. From NXT Takeover: Dallas at the 2016 WWE Hall of Fame Ceremony to the Raw the following Monday episode WrestleMania, Dallas will be a wrestling fan’s paradise this week.
This year’s edition of WrestleMania will be dominated by the battle between Triple H and Roman Reigns for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship, and the card will also feature big names such as Brock Lesnar, Shane McMahon, The Undertaker. , Dean Ambrose and more. .
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In Dallas, the WWE Universe should also be looking to have a little fun.
After arriving at Dallas / Fort Worth International Airport, likely late Thursday or early Friday, tourists will be looking to sample the local cuisine. At the airport, travelers will find Cousin’s Bar-BQ, a Fort Worth area staple and one of the best barbecue in Texas.
After wrestling fans have eaten their share of the barbecue and checked into their hotel, it’s time to head to the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas to attend NXT Takeover: Dallas. The NXT brand started out as WWE’s development territory, but with some of the world’s best talent on the roster, it has grown into a force in its own right. With an NXT Championship game featuring Finn Balor defending against Samoa Joe and the battle between Bayley and Asuka for the Women’s Championship, Takeover: Dallas has the potential to be the best show of the weekend.
After a good night’s sleep after NXT Takeover, the WWE Universe should take a tour of the best historic wrestling sites in Dallas, which I covered in detail last week. After soaking up the city’s heritage, the next stop should be the American Airlines Center for the 2016 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony. With a prestigious class that includes Sting, The Fabulous Freebirds, Big Boss Man and more, the speeches and interactions of the Hall of Fame ceremony should be great. Expect the festivities to last until the early hours of Sunday morning.
Having fun in Dallas usually involves having a few cocktails with your fellow wrestling fans, and the key to avoiding a major hangover on WrestleMania Sunday is a breakfast as big as the state of Texas. For the ultimate in Southern cuisine, look no further than Ellen’s Southern Kitchen in Dallas, which offers a huge range of breakfast options throughout the day.
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Once wrestling fans have had their fill of southern cuisine, it’s time to head to AT&T Stadium just outside of Dallas in Arlington. Get to the arena as early as possible and explore the parking lot, which will be filled with other wrestling fans preparing for the festivities. Enjoy a quality barbecue and a few drinks with friends, then step inside for one of the craziest WrestleMania events in history.
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WrestleMania 32 has the potential to be one of the best wrestling shows in recent memory, but if travelers can afford to stay in Dallas until Monday night, Raw will also be emanating from the American Airlines Center. The next Raw episode of WrestleMania is always full of shocks and surprises, so staying an extra day could mean seeing a unique moment.
Every time you leave Dallas, the experience will stay with you for the rest of your life as long as you enjoy what the city has to offer. From amazing food and historic locations to the best wrestling in the world, Dallas will be the wrestling mecca during WrestleMania 32 week.