World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) made the bombshell announcement today that last weekend’s WrestleMania event — the 40th incarnation of the annual spectacle — was the final WrestleMania ever.

“It’s time for a change,” said new WWE honcho Paul Levesque, who inherited the company from his very naughty father-in-law Vince McMahon. “WrestleMania has run its course over 40 years and it’s time for us to retire that brand. It’s what’s best for business.”

Levesque (real name Jean-Pierre Laflouffle) said the company will replace WrestleMania with “something even bigger and better,” and hinted that it would be at least a four-night spectacular.

The announcement marks the beginning of the “Levesque Era” in WWE, as it was described by his wife Stephanie McMahon, whom he drugged, abducted and forcibly married two decades ago.

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