Attractions Management is reporting that a WWE museum and restaurant is set to open within Universal Studios, which would include an actual Hall of Fame.

According to Attractions Management, it will be replacing NBA City at Universal CityWalk. The WWE attraction would display wrestling memorabilia from legendary performers.

The formal announcement for WrestleMania 33 came Tuesday afternoon, and included the mayor of Orlando Buddy Dyer, Florida governor Rick Scott, Orange County mayor Teresa Jacobs and WWE chair and CEO Vince McMahon at the Citrus Bowl.

WrestleMania has been at the Citrus Bowl before, where it brought in a Citrus Bowl attendance record of 74,635. Along with the renovations done to the Citrus Bowl, and the global attractions, Orlando was an easy pick. “All of us were very favorably impressed by all of the improvements made to the Citrus Bowl,” John Saboor, the WWE’s executive vice president of special events said via the Orlando Sentinel.

“Orlando is the home to so many family-friendly, global attractions, so it’s only fitting that it once again plays host to WrestleMania,” McMahon said in a statement via the Orlando Sentinel.

“It’s huge,” Orlando mayor Buddy Dyer said via the Orlando Sentiel. “We’re a place that handles big, special events, and I think a lot of people don’t really realize the enormity of having WrestleMania.”

The new WWE attraction at Universal Studios will be open by March of 2017 and will include a restaurant, similar to a former WWE themed restaurant they owned in Times Square.  WrestleMania 33 will take place just a month after opening, on April 2.

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Harry Lyles Jr. is an Atlanta-based writer, and a Georgia State University graduate.