WWE WrestleMania 38 2022 Day1 4/2/22 – 2nd April 2022 PPV – HDTV Watch Online
WrestleMania 38 is a two-night event for the third straight year with part one taking place on Saturday, April 2 and part two on Sunday, April 3.
John: We are doing two separate preview posts for this year’s two night WrestleMania event. This one is all about the Saturday night lineup in Dallas with seven matches advertised along with the KO Show talk show segment with “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, which could be the main event of Night One based on what Owens said on this past Monday’s Raw. I don’t think it’s the strongest WrestleMania lineup by any means, but I like a lot of what WWE is presenting on Saturday and you can read about that as we dive into this preview.
Joining me for the preview are TJRWrestling writers Lance Augustine, Joel McIntyre, Alex Podgorski, Matthew Fowler, Marc Madison and Kelly Dishnow. Here’s Alex followed by Marc.
Alex: For the past several months, WWE has been repeating the word ‘stupendous’ to describe this year’s WrestleMania. I think that WWE will deliver on that front when it comes to pageantry and presentation; after all, few companies, if any, can match them on that front. But will this be a memorable show? It’s hard to say. I can’t say I can remember a WrestleMania that was truly shocking since The Undertaker’s Streak ended, and none of the matches on this night’s card will likely match that event in terms of magnitude. But that’s the key; none of the matches will match that WrestleMania 30 shock. There is one non-wrestling segment booked that I just can’t wait to see…and I hope my prediction about it comes true.
Marc: It’s WrestleMania weekend; you know what that means? If you guessed it’s WrestleMania, then you right, and I’m not good at telling jokes. But what it also means is that over the course of two nights, fans will get a little bit of everything. Whoever it is that is supposed to face Seth on night one and the Styles/Edge match on night two are the two that I’m most looking forward to. But I want to be surprised. I want to walk away from enjoying the show, and I don’t want to feel disappointed because, honestly, there is enough to be disappointed with, and roughly 8 hours of wrestling over two nights can either feel like a waste of time or the best of times. So let’s hope for the best of times!