WWE Airing “WWE 24” Documentary About WrestleMania 38
It has been announced that a new episode of the “WWE 24” documentary series will return with an episode about WrestleMania 38.
Over the last decade since WWE Network launched in early 2014, WWE has produced several documentaries about major shows, including multiple WrestleMania events. Today, WWE announced a new documentary about WrestleMania 38 from 2022.
The new episode of WWE 24: WrestleMania 38 will premiere on Monday, March 27th on Peacock in the United States and WWE Network everywhere else.
It will be the first new episode of WWE 24 since an April 2022 release about the 2022 Royal Rumble event. It’s not known why WWE stopped producing new episodes of the documentary series.
WrestleMania 38 was a two-night event that took place at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas. The show featured Cody Rhodes making his WWE return after six years away from the company. Cody was the mystery opponent of Seth “Freakin” Rollins and the two men would go on to have one of the best matches at last year’s WrestleMania with Cody picking up the big win.
The night one main event of WrestleMania 38 saw Steve Austin compete in his first WWE match in 19 years against Kevin Owens. It was originally advertised as a “Kevin Owens Show” talk show segment, but Austin was in a fighting mood, so it turned into a match that Austin won, much to the delight of the crowd.
In the main event of WrestleMania 38 on night two, the Universal Champion Roman Reigns defeated the WWE Champion Brock Lesnar in a “Winner Take All” match. Reigns as carried the two titles for the past 11 months and has been called the Undisputed WWE Universal Champion. Reign has held the Universal Title for over 900 days and the WWE Title for over 300 days.
The trailer video is below for WWE 24: WrestleMania 38 and on WWE’s Youtube channel as well.
Take a sneak peek at the new look of WWE 24, before WWE 24: #WrestleMania 38 airs on March 27 on @peacock in the U.S. and WWE Network elsewhere. pic.twitter.com/DiE9e0ckq1
— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) March 10, 2023