Records play a huge role in WWE TV. Ronda Rousey recently broke Alexa Bliss' longest reigning Raw Women's Championship record ahead of her WrestleMania main event, which has now boosted the former UFC Champion's odds when it comes to overcoming both of her opponents on Sunday night.
WWE boasts about attendance records, win/loss records and even records that each star has of their own with individual Championships, but WrestleMania is a completely different ball game. There are so many WrestleMania records that have been created over the past 35 years, so much so that there is now some room for many of these to be broken on Sunday night.
Here are some interesting records that may be broken on April 7th.
#3. Most Social Activity During The Show
WWE made history back at WrestleMania 32 when the show became the most Social event in WWE history with more than 2.5 million mentions of the event throughout the day. Whilst the show was streaming live there were more than 1.3 million Tweets sent out and more than 250 million views on WWE.com.
Of course, history will be made at this year's WrestleMania when the women main event the show for the first time and the WWE Universe will definitely be vocal about the fact that this is a huge moment in history.
The company has pushed Twitter and Facebook over the past few years with The Mixed Match Challenge appearing on only Facebook for the WWE Universe to watch for free. Hopefully, this year is a huge year for the company as WWE continues to go from strength to strength, showing their dominance on Social Media throughout their biggest show of the year.
WrestleMania 32 was the most watched WrestleMania in history with the WWE Network reaching 1.82 million global households alone.