WrestleMania draws 100,000 fans, 90,000 of whom will watch entirely on big screens - Kayfabe News twitter google

WrestleMania draws 100,000 fans, 90,000 of whom will watch entirely on big screens

WrestleMania stadium

Fans with 20/20 vision sitting in the cheap seats may be able to see a wrestling ring.

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) hosts its annual WrestleMania extravaganza tonight at the AT&T stadium in Texas, where the mast majority of 100,000 fans will watch the event on enormous digital screens.

A record-setting crowd will periodically squint in the direction of the ring, where WWE superstars will resemble tiny ants crawling around a postage stamp.

A small minority fans who re-mortgaged their homes to afford ringside tickets will be treated to a thrilling event, while the other 90,000 will be jealous and resentful.

Fans in the upper deck of the stadium will be provided with oxygen masks to stave off altitude sickness.

On the plus side, they will not hear Byron Saxton’s commentary.

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