WrestleMania 34 will be returning to New Orleans and the Superdome stadium in 2018.
F4Wonline.com reports the scoop, claiming an official announcement is expected shortly.
Louisiana's Superdome was of course one of the more memorable WrestleManias of recent years which started with an historic promo between Hulk Hogan, The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin before finishing on the most perfect ending to a WrestleMania ever when Daniel Bryan serenaded his two World titles along with 75,000 chanting Yes!
In-between all this was Brock Lesnar ending The Undertaker's streak, Daniel Bryan defeating Triple H in one of Mania's best ever opening matches and John Cena defeating Bray Wyatt.
Returning to New Orleans just four years later is a positive sign of confidence in drawing there once again. It's also a sign of WWE considering returning to specific venues with this year's WrestleMania taking place from the Camping World Stadium (formerly the Citrus Bowl) on April 2nd, which previously hosted WrestleMania 24.
Although it's way too early to predict what we may see in New Orleans for WrestleMania 34, it's easy to suggest that this would be the perfect setting for WWE to induct Daniel Bryan into the WWE Hall Of Fame.