WWE always does things big for WrestleMania and because they’re in Texas this year, they probably need to go even bigger. For this weekend’s event, WWE got a bit of help from the YouTube group Dude Perfect to reveal the WrestleMania set.

Dude Perfect is a comedy group known for posting videos of them doing what seems like impossible tricks. For this, Tyler Toney threw a football from high up at AT&T Stadium into a cornhole type platform to turn on the lights and unveil the set.

First off, an empty floor at a wrestling show inside a stadium looks very strange without chairs. Just seeing the ramp and the ring alone on the floor makes it look very small.

Thankfully, the stadium (and the floor) will be filled with fans as the best in WWE square off this Saturday and Sunday night. Maybe Johnny Knoxville will jump off the stage in his match.

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