“The Showcase of the Immortals” is coming back to Orlando.

WrestleMania will be held on April 2, 2017, at the Citrus Bowl. This will be the second time WWE has held WrestleMania in Central Florida, previously selling out the venue in 2008.

It will also be the first time WrestleMania has been held in Florida since 2012, where Miami hosted the event.

“It’s huge,” Orlando mayor Buddy Dyer said. “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 Orlando Journal Sentinel also reports that Dyer, along with Florida Governor Rick Scott, Orange County mayor Teresa Jacobs and WWE chairman and CEO Vince McMahon are expected to be on hand Tuesday morning at the Citrus Bowl to make the announcement.

More than a dozen cities submitted bids to host WrestleMania, including Minneapolis, which was considered the favorite. U.S. Bank Stadium, a new domed stadium, was thought to draw the event to Minnesota. But this doesn’t exclude the venue to host WrestleMania in the near future.

Orlando will get a major boost to its economy during WrestleMania week. The event has also generated more than $100 million in economic impact in each of the last four years, according to WWE.

Glenn’s Take: One might say why would WWE host such a major event in an old stadium, but the Citrus Bowl has had renovations recently to suit WWE’s needs.