It goes without saying that WrestleMania is the ‘Grandest stage of them all’. Therefore, the WWE is obliged to apply the same by creating the best-looking sets they can possibly comprehend. However, this was not always the case. The first five Wrestlemanias alone were monotone and lacked any kind of distinct features to pull them apart.
Now into the modern era, WWE fans expect unique themes and new dazzling sets year after year, most of the time the WWE doesn’t let the universe down.
With our imagination gazed upon the ring, the oversized ramp, and the centrepiece above the stage, we look at the five greatest Wrestlemania sets of all time.
#5 Wrestlemania 32 – April 3rd, 2016 – AT&T Stadium – Arlington, Texas
The third ‘Showcase of the Immortals’ to be held in Texas, Wrestlemania 32 set the bar for the attendance record with an estimated 100,000 people filling the arena.
The most notable aspect about the set is its familiarity with the Texas flag. The theme and Logo were rinsed with red, white, and blue, along with a giant Texas ‘Lone Star’ being blended into the stage and ramp.
Altogether an impressive look, that didn’t overdo it on the gimmickry, but still upheld a certain finesse fit for the ‘grandest stage of them all’.