5 best venues for WrestleMania 35
WrestleMania, for the most part, is a week-long celebration as opposed to being just about the show itself. Fans travel from around the world in order to celebrate their love for professional wrestling, with the host city often pulling out all the stops in order to make a name for themselves.
While that’s all well and good, it is important to remember that the venue for Mania itself is incredibly important. As we all know WWE exclusively uses stadiums now due to the overwhelming success they’ve had over the last few decades, and with January usually being the month when they announce where next year’s event will be, it’s time to start speculating.
A few of these are more realistic than others but they’re all valid contenders, especially when you consider that the likes of the New Orleans Superdome and Citrus Bowl have played host to WrestleMania in recent years.
With that being said, here are our five best available venues for WrestleMania 35.
5) Lincoln Financial Field
Philadelphia is one of the greatest sporting cities on planet earth, and you won’t find many people who will contest that theory. With the passionate fans and the combat sports background alone you could make a case for them, but when you add in a 70,000 seater stadium that could reach 75,000 for Mania, it becomes a no-brainer.
With that being said, one of the factors that would prevent Philly from hosting the show of shows is that it would be an outdoor event in April. That kind of thing has worked before for WWE, as evidenced by WrestleMania 29, and with next year marking 20 years since Philly last held a Mania, it seems like an appropriate choice.