WrestleMania 38 is finally here. After weeks and weeks of buildup, the massive spectacle is set to go down from AT&T Stadium on Saturday and Sunday night with just about every superstar on the roster in action. As has become tradition with the annual event, WWE pulled out all the stops to create an elaborate set for the event. Last year's spectacle in Tampa, Florida, featured the giant pirate ship inside Raymond James Stadium decked out in WrestleMania-themed gear.
This year, the "Dude Perfect" team, along with WWE commentators Michael Cole and Pat McAfee, helped unveil the stage late Thursday night. The stage design features two large, star-shaped structures suspended high over the ring. The larger star is placed outside of the smaller one, creating an echo effect. A large, angled star has also been embedded into the entrance stage where superstars emerge from.
Four large LED walls also hover over the ring, each able to present three different videos or graphics. The stadium hosts more trons and panels spread around venue.
WrestleMania 38 will be held over two nights at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Night 1 takes place on Saturday, April 2 and will be headlined by the return of Texas-native "Stone Cold" Steve Austin as the guest of Kevin Owens' "KO Show." Night 2 is scheduled for Sunday, April 3 and will close out with a champion vs. champion unification bout between WWE champion Brock Lesnar and Universal champion Roman Reigns.