WrestleMania has long been the crown jewel in WWE's pay-per-view calendar with an impressive legacy which spans more than three decades having broke countless milestones and records.
WWE is reportedly looking to further expand the WrestleMania appeal with discussions surrounding the possibility of two WrestleMania events, according to Joseph Peisich of Barn Burner.
The concept would be to hold the first, and presumably, the flagship in the United States, while a similar event would also take place outside of the U.S. similar to how they presented the Greatest Royal Rumble earlier this year. The company wants to hold the U.S. one in April and the other in October.
This throws up much speculations as to where the second WrestleMania could take place. One of the hot prospect cities to host would no doubt be London, England as it is WWE's second biggest market outside of North America and recently announced the launch of the NXT UK brand but they could look elsewhere.
Peisich noted that he was unsure of what the company plans to brand the second WrestleMania but it could be called "Greatest WrestleMania" or "Mania" or something along those lines.