Donald Trump signed a contract with WWE last week, the Trump Organization announced Tuesday.
Trump signed the agreement with WWE, which has a stadium in Las Maravillas, Nevada, the company announced in a news release.
Trump will be involved in the development of the project and will be an adviser on the project.
The company said that Trump will also be an “active and influential member” of the WWE creative team.
Trump’s interest in the project came after the billionaire mogul signed a multiyear deal to be a director on the Trump-owned wrestling company, which is based in New York City.
The company’s initial plan was to build a new arena in Las Cruces, New Mexico, with an opening date set for 2021, but Trump stepped in to help oversee the project after the deal was signed in 2015.
Trump and his team are currently building Trump Tower.
The building will be designed by architect Frank Gehry and include luxury suites, a casino and an outdoor terrace.
The building, which will be about a mile from the border with Mexico, is scheduled to open in 2021.
Trump has been an outspoken advocate for building a border wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and has suggested he could support building a wall on the other side.