The WWE will host one of their biggest events, WrestleMania 38, at the AT&T Stadium for the fourth time after hosting one of the biggest crowds in stadium history for WrestleMania 32 with over 101,000 fans. WrestleMania 38 is expected to coincide with a weekend of events at the stadium.

Coming April 2nd and 3rd 2022, WWE’s executive vice president of special events, John Saboor, told the Dallas Morning News, “We’ll absolutely plan to work closely with our partners to build the most robust capacity possible for fans within Dallas and Arlington, and we want that capacity, and that net to be thrown as far and wide as reasonable.”

He continued, “We want to include as many fans from within North Texas, as well as those who would travel here from throughout the globe.”

Earlier in 2021, WrestleMania 36 was scheduled to happen in April in front of a live audience at Raymond James Stadium; however, COVID-19 forced the event to be postponed and pre-recorded. The event took place at WWE’s Performance Center in Florida, without any fans in attendance. It was also filmed in January instead of their usual dates, between March and April.

The WWE hosted WrestleMania at the AT&T Stadium for WrestleMania 17 (2001), 25 (2009), and 32 (2016). Coming to WrestleMania at the AT&T Stadium for the fourth time, the WWE plans to host its entire weekend of events again in 2022.

“In addition to all of our ticketed events, our plan in Dallas and Arlington would be to again work in earnest with all of our local partners to present a variety of community-based events intended to positively affect families and children throughout the region,” Saboor told the Morning News.

Saboor continued, “It is our overarching goal not only to provide positive economic windfall for the region, but also to create a positive social windfall.” He added, “Safety is our absolute top priority.”

When asked about the expected fan experience, Saboor said, “Every year is a learning year, and we take best practices and apply them in the year going forward.”