How Is The Undertaker’S Legendary Career Will Be Celebrated In WWE’S New Headquarters, In Stamford, Connecticut?


WWE had planned to move into its new home at 707 Washington Blvd in Stamford, Connecticut years ago, but plans were delayed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The building has been unoccupied since UBS moved out in 2016, and WWE is expected to fully move in later this year.

WWE has spent decades at its current location Titan Towers.


The New Headquarters
PW Insider Elite reports that the new headquarters will have two sections: the first taking up almost the entirety of the building, and a second smaller section only having a few floors.

The new headquarters will also feature championship title belts on display, as well as banners from previous Premium Live Events.

An on-location gym will allow people visiting to keep active and a cafeteria will allow those in the new HQ to eat well.


It is reported that the gym and cafeteria will be larger and more modernized compared to what currently exists at Titan Towers. The new Headquarters will cover 712,000 square feet per floor, a significant improvement on the 110,000 square feet per floor in the previous location.

The Undertaker Tribute
In one area of the new Headquarters, a special area inspired by The Undertaker will be available to visitors. The area will display some of the Phenom’s iconic ringgear, a throne, and an urn used by the late Paul Bearer. The Phenom retired from competition in 2020 and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame last year.


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