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WWE launches pay-per-view in Mexico City with 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania
World Wrestling Entertainment and Cablevision have announced a new agreement to launch WWE pay-per-view in Mexico City with the 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania this Sunday, April 5.
WWE pay-per-views will now be available in almost 600,000 households in Mexico City in both standard and high-definition formats.
Expecting to rival Super Bowl numbers, more than 70,000 fans from 24 countries will witness the 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania live, with millions more from over 100 countries watching the history-making event via pay-per-view.
Guillermo Salcedo, Chief Marketing Officer of Cablevision, said: "It is with pleasure that Cablevision announces our new partnership with a global entertainment brand the scale of WWE. To launch with one of the biggest pay-per- view events on the WWE calendar will see Cablevision bring some of the world's most spectacular entertainment to WWE fans in Mexico."
Shane McMahon, Executive Vice President of Global Media for WWE, added: "The 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania is one of the biggest events in entertainment across the globe. We are delighted to partner with Cablevision to bring the excitement, drama and athleticism of WWE pay-per-view to homes in Mexico City."
The 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania airs on Sunday, April 5 at 6pm live and exclusive on Cablevision Mexico City pay-per-view.