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EditorialViewer's Guide to WrestleMania Week 2024 Programming Lineup

Viewer’s Guide to WrestleMania Week 2024 Programming Lineup


The craziest week of the year for professional wrestling is just about to start. It is daunting trying to keep track of everything going on just in WWE, but it isn’t just World Wrestling Entertainment having events surrounding WrestleMania. All Elite Wrestling and Ring of Honor, as well as tons of other companies, are capitalizing on the buzz.

Thankfully for you, all that hard work has been done for you with this nifty little guide that fills you in on everything you need to know (at least, what we know) about what is going down during WrestleMania Week 2024—specifically focusing on WWE, AEW and ROH. There are too many other indie shows happening to keep track of!

Here, you’ll find a list of all the content advertised for each particular day, broken down on separate pages.

Monday (April 1):

Monday Night Raw will air in its usual time slot of 8 p.m. ET on USA Network.

“Finally…The Rock returns to Brooklyn! On Monday, April 1, just days before WrestleMania, The Great One makes his return to Brooklyn for a cataclysmic episode of Monday Night Raw! Don’t miss Raw on Monday, April 1, when The Rock returns to Brooklyn, at 8/7 C on USA!”

Also advertised on this episode of Raw is:

  • Ivy Nile and Maxxine Dupri to take on Candice LeRae and Indi Hartwell
  • DIY and The New Day vs. The Judgment Day
  • Sami Zayn vs. Bronson Reed

The first hour of this episode will be commercial-free.

As this is the go-home edition before Mania, you can expect a good portion of these 3 hours to be dedicated to video packages, promos, and other talking segments, rather than in-ring action. There will undoubtedly be some fights, but they might revolve more around brawls than bell-to-bell matches. It is also one of the last chances for people to be added to the card or adjustments to be made, so if there are any big announcements to come, be on the lookout!

Raw Talk will immediately follow, per usual, at 11:05 p.m. ET on Peacock and WWE Network.

Click on the next part for Tuesday’s schedule.