WrestleMania 32 is only four days away — no, seriously — which means WWE’s in the home stretch of transforming Arlington’s AT&T Stadium into the home of the Grandaddy Of Them All. Even if they don’t call it that anymore.
Construction began on the set last week, and the first photos made available were extremely preliminary. Just a bunch of floorspace and equipment. Wrestling Inc (via reader Dylan Rennoir) managed to grab an updated shot from inside the stadium, and here’s your latest, clearest look at what the Mania 32 set will look like. Bad news if you were hoping they’d just reuse the Raw set:
That’s a big star.
It’s probably too early to tell, but the giant logo is reminiscent of the WrestleMania 30 set, which was just the show logo made as big as possible. WWE sometimes does a formal set tour before the actual show begins (and sometimes it’s accidentally hilarious) so we’ll keep you updated on any official looks. Until then, let’s think about how big of a logo we can fit into a billion-dollar spaceship football stadium.