The growing length of WrestleMania has been a sticking point with fans in recent years, with last years show testing the patience of even the most grizzled PPV veterans. This year, WrestleMania is going to be much different than year’s past out of necessity, and that includes a Wrestle Kingdom-esque splitting into two broadcasts. With fans eager to see when they’ll be watching this weekend, WWE Network has revealed the tentative running times of both nights of WWE’s biggest show.
First spotted by our eagle-eyed friends at WWE Network News, both nights of WrestleMania will start at 7 PM EST and run for roughly three hours until 10 PM EST. Night 1 on Saturday will go slightly longer, till 10:15 EST, while Night 2 ends right at the three-hour mark. Both nights also have an hourlong preshow starting at 6 PM EST. With WrestleMania already “in the can”, it’s possible that these times are set in stone, but late-game changes in the editing bay could still change things up. Either way, it’s likely that we’re still looking at six hours of WrestleMania despite the global pandemic.