Tyler Brown, a 27-year-old wrestling fan from Dallas, is making the long trip to New Jersey under the happy delusion that he’ll actually be able to see the action in the ring at WrestleMania.
“I could only afford a cheap ticket, but I think I’ll still have a good view of the ring,” Brown told friends this week.
“I’m sure there’s not a bad seat in the house.”
Like approximately 70 percent of fans at the event, however, Brown will end up watching almost the entire spectacle on giant screens.
Brown’s $34 ticket puts him in seat 635, section 999, row ZZZ, at the very top row of New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium.
From his perspective, large wrestlers such as The Undertaker will appear roughly one millimeter in size. Smaller wrestlers such as Cody Rhodes will not be visible to the naked eye.
It is believed that astronauts on the International Space Station will have a closer look at the action than fans in the cheap seats when it orbits over New Jersey at 8:37 p.m. Sunday.