Top 3 amazing WrestleMania sets in WWE history
When Vince McMahon produced the first-ever WrestleMania, he had no idea what his brainchild would go on to become. Over the course of the past three decades, WrestleMania has turned into a global phenomenon, with thousands of fans flocking in from more than 60 nations every year to be a part of the pageantry.
WrestleMania has become a week-long festival, with the actual event lasting no less than a whopping seven hours! Even though the show of shows is known for giving us some of the most memorable moments and matches of all time, one can't help but notice the amount of effort put in by the WWE to build the WrestleMania sets.
This trend can be traced back to WrestleMania 24 that emanated from Orlando, Florida. The event took place inside an open stadium, complete with huge palm trees and a beach themed atmosphere in a cool visual.
Since then, WWE has outperformed themselves on multiple occasions, when it comes to building a stunning WrestleMania set. Let's take a look at three of the best WrestleMania sets of all time.
#3 WrestleMania 27
The actual event didn't impress the fans one bit, with one of the worst main events in the history of WrestleMania in John Cena vs The Miz, almost ending in a count out. Even the presence of The Great One, couldn't save this WrestleMania which was lackluster from start to finish. What did impress the fans though, was the set.
The Georgia Dome was bathed completely in blue, with a long ramp to the ring with the words "WrestleMania" flashing on it, in all its glory. To add to it, there was a giant curved WrestleMania sign that was hung on top of the entrance stage.
The set was designed to cater to superstars' ring entrances. Alberto Del Rio's car ascended onto the stage with a huge mansion in the background, making it look as if he had just come out of his luxurious residence! The cherry on the top was a giant cube that was hanging on top of the ring.