10 Observations from attending WrestleMania Axxess
A wrestling fan's paradise.
Hello, one and all and welcome to the latest in a series of pieces regarding WrestleMania 33 week, which we here are Sportskeeda Wrestling were lucky to attend live in person. The festivities began in earnest on Thursday and lasted all the way through until the following Tuesday, at which point the thousands of wrestling fans that flew in from around the world began to make their journey home.
But we aren't here to talk about that. Instead, we want to focus on the positives at play here. This article will be centred around WrestleMania Axxess which took place from Thursday to Sunday and in case you aren't familiar with the concept, Axxess is pretty much a wrestling convention in which you get to meet Superstars, buy things from the Superstore and generally have a pretty awesome time.
We only went to one of the sessions which was on Saturday morning, but in all honesty, we did most of the stuff we wanted to within those four hours. Obviously, people tend to complain about the long lines at Axxess from time to time, but if you get there early enough then the queuing really isn't that much of a problem.
So with all that being said, here are 10 observations from attending WrestleMania Axxess.
#1 Wrestling's Disneyland
From the moment you reach the front of the queue at Axxess, it feels like you're at wrestling's version of Disneyland. There's really nothing else that compares to it within the industry and whilst some may argue that WrestleCon provides you with a more hands on experience, it really doesn't hold a candle to the grandeur of WrestleMania Axxess.
Whether it's walking down the red carpet with entrance themes on a constant loop or walking around and seeing the memorabilia, WWE spare no expense year in and year out and it's yet another fun incentive that convinces fans to take the plunge and go to WrestleMania year in and year out.
Honestly, we can't even imagine how long it all takes to set up. From the highest of highs to the lowest of lows.