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WWE WrestleMania-inspired art murals unveiled in London and Glasgow

Bobby Lashley vs. Drew McIntyre artist piece
Bobby Lashley vs. Drew McIntyre artist piece
Modified 01 Apr 2021

Art murals inspired by the upcoming WWE WrestleMania pay-per-view have appeared in London, England and Glasgow, Scotland.

Revealed by BT Sport, the art murals serve as unique and eye-catching advertising for WWE's biggest show of the year, which is taking place across two nights - Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11.

The first mural, which is located in Camden, North London, features WWE SmackDown Women's Champion Sasha Banks and her WrestleMania opponent, Women's Royal Rumble Winner Bianca Belair.

Bianca Belair is set to face Sasha Banks at WrestleMania
Bianca Belair is set to face Sasha Banks at WrestleMania

Leading with the tagline "Where Legends Are Made," the mural features the two current SmackDown superstars, while also paying tribute to WrestleMania legends from years past. The Rock and Stone Cold Steve Austin, who can be seen in a deep shade of blue in the background, squared off at three WrestleManias - 15, 17, and 19.

The second mural, featuring reigning WWE Champion Bobby Lashley and his challenger Drew McIntyre, can be found on London Road in Glasgow. Running with a USA vs. Scotland theme, the flags of each man's respective countries can be seen waving behind the two combatants.

As well as this, the Glasgow site also features a homage to what has become one of the most iconic WrestleMania moments in recent years - Becky Lynch's double-championship victory at WrestleMania 35. The Man successfully dethroned both RAW Women's Champion Ronda Rousey and SmackDown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair in the first female-led WrestleMania main event in history.

Becky Lynch is also featured alongside McIntyre and Lashley
Becky Lynch is also featured alongside McIntyre and Lashley

On the right of the above image, the Irish Lass-Kicker can be seen hoisting her beloved titles high. Sandwiched between the two murals is an advert promoting the WrestleMania pay-per-view, which UK fans can watch live on BT Sport Box Office.

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Published 01 Apr 2021, 22:56 IST
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