To quote Braun Strowman: We’re not finished with you.
After three decades, more than 100 hours and hundreds of matches, Benjamin Raven and Austin Brunner’s 34 Days of WrestleMania project comes to an end. I handled the odd shows, Austin took the even ones.
Sports Entertainment’s “Grandest Stage of Them All,” Wrestlemania, debuts in its 34th iteration on April 8th, and there’s no doubt that legends will be made. But which “Showcase of the Immortals,” ranks above the rest?
Records were meant to be broken, and WWE sought out to create history at Jerry’s World for Wrestlemania 32. More than 101,000 fans, ushers, and ticket attendants were in attendance in the Lone Star State. […]
Don’t tell me WWE can’t continue to come up with good storylines. They did it in New Orleans 4 years ago in front of more than 75,000 fans at the SUPERdome.
WrestleMania 29 from April 7, 2013, at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey
Pegged as once in a lifetime, more than 78,000 fans finally saw The Rock take on John Cena. However, a match involving the Showstopper (he didn’t even wrestle for Pete’s sake!) stole the show. Again.
Get ready for the showcase of the immortals in New Orleans with an insane build-up on the USA Network.