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The 39th edition of “WrestleMania Goes Hollywood,” presented by WWE, will take place in Los Angeles next month. WWE has been producing humorous film and television parodies starring its top superstars as they build up to “WrestleMania,” a throwback to a similar marketing strategy that was developed before to “WrestleMania 21” back in 2005.
The Joker was parodied by Seth Rollins and Becky Lynch in recent weeks, while Montez Ford & Bianca Belair and Miz & Maryse, two other real-life couples, tackled Titanic and Top Gun, respectively.
Rhea Ripley travels to Hawkins to take on the role of Eleven (Millie Bobby Brown) in the most recent “WrestleMania Hits Hollywood” promo film. The scene is a nod to Netflix’s “Stranger Things.”
In response to the mounting pressure on The Road to WrestleMania, “The Eradicator of The Judgment Day releases her inner anger,” according to the official video description.
At “WrestleMania 39,” Ripley, a member of the group The Judgement Day, will face Charlotte Flair in a match for the SmackDown Women’s Title. Rematch of the “WrestleMania 36” match in which Flair defeated Ripley to win the NXT Women’s Title. We anticipate a different result from last year’s “WrestleMania” event.
On April 1 and 2, 2023, “WrestleMania” will be shown live on Peacock.