Tomorrow is the start of Wrestlemania week for WWE, with this year being the biggest yet for programming. The WWE on Fox Twitter account has posted the giant schedule, with new programming airing every day for the next 9 days:
Starting tomorrow with the final Monday Night RAW before WrestleMania, WWE fans will also get to experience the first every 2 night TakeOver event: Stand and Deliver. Following these events and the Hall of Fame ceremony on Tuesday, there is a special WrestleMania edition of Friday night SmackDown and the 2 night WrestleMania event. Following this week, the final 2 shows will be the RAW after WrestleMania and the debut episode of NXT on Tuesday nights, the new home for the black and gold brand moving forward.
These 9 shows do not include WWE Network exclusive content. There will also be pre and post shows for select events, along with new WWE Network content. The most significant of these will be the Broken Skull Sessions interview featuring special guest Chris Jericho, currently signed to AEW.
Features of Wrestling will be providing previews and any notable stories surrounding each event.