When does WrestleMania happen?
When WrestleMania is not on television, WrestleMania happens.
For the past year, the most popular and highest-rated show in the world has been WrestleMania, which airs on pay-per-view (PPV) network PPV, the network for professional wrestling events.
There have been only two previous PPVs without WrestleMania on the schedule: WrestleMania XXIV in 2010 and WrestleMania XXXVI in 2003.
The former has been delayed due to a virus outbreak.
“WrestleMania XXVIII has been cancelled,” a PPV spokesman told Irish broadcaster RTÉ.
“The next PPV is in October 2019.”
WWE said it would keep its “world-class” WrestleMania events in place and that the network would be taking over its current PPV programming.
However, it also confirmed that WrestleMania will not be shown in 2019 on the main stage, although that event will still be available on the company’s YouTube channel.
A spokeswoman for the Irish Independent newspaper said the publication will also be holding an “exclusive” live stream of WrestleMania in 2020, and “there will be an all-new WrestleMania experience on the platform”.
WrestleMania’s ratings have been down significantly over the past five years, though the ratings are still up.
There are some exceptions to the trend, however, with WrestleMania III in 2008 being the first PPV to have a large audience.
The show drew an average of over 6 million people to the arena.
It also drew more than 3.2 million pay-TV subscribers in the UK.
“It is a great event, but there’s no question it has lost its magic,” the Sunday Times UK managing editor, Simon Reynolds, told the paper.
“People are bored of it and they don’t watch anymore.
It’s all about TV.”