Counting down the final days to The Show of Shows in Miami this Sunday, the WWE Universe is invited to two huge WrestleMania week events, exclusively on WWE.com and YouTube. WWE fans can catch the WrestleMania XXVIII press conference Wednesday, then on Sunday, an unprecedented pre-show just prior to The Biggest Spectacle of Them All – both LIVE on your computer!
The Road to WrestleMania leads into Miami this Wednesday, where Superstars and Divas kick off the week’s festivities in the official WrestleMania Press Conference streamed live, simultaneously on WWE.com, YouTube.com/wwe and WWE’s official Facebook page, Facebook.com/wwe. It all starts at 2:30 p.m. ET, as the likes of John Cena, The Rock, Triple H, WWE Champion CM Punk, Chris Jericho and others address the WWE Universe at Miami’s Eden Rock Hotel, just days before The Show of Shows.
On Sunday night at 6:30 p.m. ET, head back to WWE.com or WWE’s YouTube page for an exclusive Live WrestleMania Pre-Show, serving up footage from the floor of Sun Life Stadium in Miami just before showtime at 7 ET/4 PT. Tune in online to see what goes down mere moments before WrestleMania goes live and get your first opportunity to peek at the grand setting for the “Once in a Lifetime” clash between Rock and Cena, the “End of an Era” encounter between The Phenom and The Game, plus an action-packed card of other squared circle jousts.
If all that’s not enough, be sure to witness WWE’s YouTube Spotlight starting Friday at 12 a.m. ET, complete with never-before-seen video messages from The People’s Champion and the Cenation leader. Catch the 24-hour YouTube takeover in between WWE’s two massive, first-ever live streams on the web’s biggest social media video destination.
It’s a week of firsts in WWE on the web that you cannot miss. We’ll see you back here on WWE.com for the festivities and daily coverage from Miami.
Wrestlemania is a little more than a week away and at this time you usually see the WWE champion taking a media tour, promoting the “biggest spectacle in sports entertainment.” So if that’s what the champ CM Punk was doing on Wednesday, well that’s a pretty sweet media tour.
Punk, who hails from Chicago, had the opportunity to come onto the ice and take part in the classic intermission game of shooting from center ice, sporting a red Blackhawks sweater — still the best in sports for my money — all the while.
By Brian Stubits | NHL Blogger