WrestleMania 32 may not be until April, but that didn't stop World Wrestling Entertainment from taking over AT&T Stadium for at least one night in November.

Wrestlemania 32

WWE hosted a 'WrestleMania On-Sale Party' Thursday night, giving fans the opportunity to purchase tickets to their biggest show of the year the night before they go on sale to the general public.

The free event featured live matches from WWE's NXT stars, as well as appearances from WWE Hall of Famer 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin and many other WWE personalities to get fans excited about WrestleMania.

"Just the spectacle, the showmanship, the energy, all of the fans feeding off all of the storylines and all the WWE Superstars doing everything they can to have the match of a lifetime here at this event," said Austin, "One night is WrestleMania."

Also in attendance was Charlotte Jones Anderson, Dallas Cowboys executive vice president and chief brand officer and Arlington mayor, Jeff Williams.

"To have them in the world's greatest special events center here is quite an honor," said Williams, "We want to make room whenever we can for WrestleMania to be coming back many more times."

In 2001 and 2009, Houston played host to WWE's biggest event, and this will be the first time WrestleMania will be held in Arlington, giving local lifelong fans a chance to experience the 'Granddaddy of them All' in person for the first time.

"I'm beyond excited," said Jose Jacob after purchasing tickets at AT&T Stadium for his first WrestleMania, "I've been a fan for 40 years now; I get to take my 6-year-old son, and I'm looking forward to a phenomenal show."

Fans not only had the opportunity to get the early jump on WrestleMania tickets, there was plenty of WrestleMania gear available for purchase, fans were able to get autographs and participate in question and answer sessions with some of the WWE Superstars. 

"This is the one thing I've always wanted to go to," said Trevor Beck while in a full WWE Superstar Bray Wyatt costume, "I've been around a Super Bowl, been to a World Series, NHL playoffs, but this is the mecca. I'm glad it's here for all of us to enjoy."

Tickets for the general public go on sale at 9:00 a.m. Friday, and WrestleMania will be coming to AT&T Stadium on Sunday, April 3, 2016.

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