Fightful Select has released several notes from last night’s WrestleMania XL Kickoff press conference in Las Vegas, which set the stage for the main event of WrestleMania 40.
As we previously reported here on eWn, Cody Rhodes will get the opportunity to finish his story when he challenges Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship in the main event of WrestleMania XL.
There was a VIP section on the floor for sponsors, friends, and family. There were also sections for “On Location” ticket package attendees.
Tom Lawlor was at the venue covering it for the media.
The T-Mobile Arena wasn’t opened up all the way. There was an area behind the cameras that didn’t have seats available.
WWE President Nick Khan was in attendance.
Former WWE Superstar AJ Francis (Top Dolla) was in attendance, but only to watch the show. He has several appearances lined up for Super Bowl weekend. AJ Hawk and the cast of “The Pat McAfee Show” were also present.
Fans were divided about Cody Rhodes, Roman Reigns, and The Rock before the show kicked off.
AEW talents were in Las Vegas, although they were there to hype Collision on Saturday.
Last night’s WrestleMania XL Kickoff press conference in Las Vegas set the stage for the highly anticipated main event of WrestleMania 40. Several notes from the event have been released by Fightful Select, providing fans with exciting updates and insights.
As previously reported by eWn, Cody Rhodes will have the opportunity to finish his story when he challenges Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship in the main event of WrestleMania XL. This clash between two formidable superstars promises to be a highlight of the event.
The press conference featured a VIP section on the floor, reserved for sponsors, friends, and family. Additionally, there were designated sections for attendees who had purchased the “On Location” ticket packages, ensuring a memorable experience for all.
Tom Lawlor, a prominent figure in the media, was present at the venue to cover the event. His insights and coverage will provide fans with a comprehensive understanding of the happenings at WrestleMania XL.
It is worth noting that the T-Mobile Arena was not fully opened up for the press conference. There was an area behind the cameras that did not have seats available, possibly reserved for production and logistical purposes.
WWE President Nick Khan was in attendance, underscoring the significance of the event. His presence further emphasizes the importance and grandeur of WrestleMania XL.
In addition to the wrestling community, several notable personalities were present at the press conference. Former WWE Superstar AJ Francis, also known as Top Dolla, attended the event as a spectator. He has several appearances lined up for Super Bowl weekend, showcasing his continued involvement in sports and entertainment. AJ Hawk and the cast of “The Pat McAfee Show” were also among the attendees, adding to the star-studded atmosphere.
Before the show kicked off, fans expressed divided opinions about Cody Rhodes, Roman Reigns, and The Rock. These contrasting views reflect the excitement and anticipation surrounding the main event, as fans eagerly await the clash of these iconic figures.
Interestingly, AEW talents were also in Las Vegas during this time. However, their presence was not directly related to WrestleMania XL but rather to promote Collision on Saturday. This highlights the growing competition and cross-promotion between different wrestling organizations, adding an extra layer of intrigue to the wrestling landscape.
With these exciting updates from the WrestleMania XL Kickoff press conference, fans can now look forward to an unforgettable event. The clash between Cody Rhodes and Roman Reigns, along with the presence of notable personalities and the divided fan opinions, sets the stage for a thrilling night of wrestling entertainment.