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WrestleMania 37 host SoFi Stadium hosts its first NFL game

SoFi Stadium, the host, at least for now, of the upcoming WrestleMania 37 in Inglewood, California, opened for business officially yesterday with the Los Angeles Rams hosting the Dallas Cowboys.

The stadium was originally scheduled to open in late July with two Taylor Swift concerts but the coronavirus pandemic pushed everything by a few months. The $5 billion facility was ready for game-day yesterday though and looked incredible.

The stadium has the largest video board ever created for sports, with over 70,000 square feet of 4K LED screens, with the largest end of the board measuring a whopping four stories tall! 260 speakers with enough wattage power of around 1,500 home theater systems power the audio system of this massive video board.

But the prospects of hosting WrestleMania at the SoFi Stadium look bleak with every day that passes. Despite the announcement, Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti said a few months ago that large gatherings for concerts and sporting events might not be approved until mid-2021.


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Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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