It’s the busiest week of the year for sports-entertainment as the WWE Universe converges on Tampa Bay for WrestleMania 37! Mark your calendars now—here’s everything you need to know for an unmissable WrestleMania week…
Wednesday, April 7
For the first time ever, the 2021 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony (12pm, WWE Network) features two classes of inductees taking their place in sports-entertainment history. The class of 2020, comprised of The NWO, The Bella Twins, JBL, British Bulldog, and Jushin “Thunder” Liger, will be joined by a new class of inductees for 2021 including Kane, Rob Van Dam, The Great Khali, Molly Holly, and Eric Bischoff.
Thursday, April 8
NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver (12pm, WWE Network) hosts an NXT Women’s Championship clash between Io Shirai and Raquel Gonzalez—with New Zealand’s Dakota Kai in her corner—while Walter puts the United Kingdom title on the line against Tommaso Ciampa. Get fully briefed on all the action with the NXT TakeOver Pre-Show from 11am on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and WWE Network.
Friday, April 9
Not to be outdone by their American counterparts, the Superstars of NXT UK show the world what they’ve got with NXT UK Prelude (8am, WWE Network). United Kingdom Champion Walter squares off with Rampage Brown, and Noam Dar meets Tyler Bate under Heritage Cup rules to determine A-Kid’s next challenger.
The action continues as NXT TakeOver: Stand & Deliver (12pm, WWE Network) returns for Night 2! Finn Balor defends the NXT title against Karrion Kross, while Adam Cole and Kyle O’Reilly let the bad blood boil over in an Unsanctioned Match! Again, catch the NXT TakeOver Pre-Show from 11am on social media or WWE Network.
Saturday, April 10
Roman Reigns, Edge, and Daniel Bryan look for one final statement on a WrestleMania Edition of SmackDown (12pm, Sky 5). The SmackDown Tag Team Titles are on the line in a Fatal 4-Way Match, and the annual Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal is back!
Sunday, April 11
WrestleMania is officially “back in business” with WWE Champion Bobby Lashley stepping into the ring with Drew McIntyre, and SmackDown Women’s Champion Sasha Banks sparring with Bianca Belair, among other matches coming your way on Night 1 of WrestleMania 37 (12pm, Sky Arena & WWE Network). Catch WrestleMania Kickoff to break down all the day’s feature matches one hour earlier at 11am.
Monday, April 12
WrestleMania Kickoff will recap the previous night’s action from 11am and look ahead to the final night of The Show of Shows: WrestleMania 37, Night 2 (12pm, Sky Arena & WWE Network). Don’t miss Daniel Bryan vs. Edge vs. Roman Reigns for the Universal Championship, or Raw Women’s Champion Asuka vs. Australia’s Rhea Ripley!
Tuesday, April 13
Always one of the biggest Monday Night Raws of the year, the Raw (12pm, Sky 5) after WrestleMania contains all the fallout of this year’s Showcase of the Immortals for the red brand.
— WWE New Zealand (@WWENZ) April 6, 2021
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