1. 93,173? Not quite.
Everyone knows that WrestleMania III, held at the Silverdome in Detroit, Michigan, had the highest attendance mark in WWE history, that being 93,173. It’s a number that WWE mentions every time WrestleMania is brought up, and it held the record for largest indoor attendance for a sporting event until 2010. However, over the years, there have been people who have stepped forward to suggest that the actual attendance was much lower, and WWE inflated the numbers in order to secure the record. Which, this being pro wrestling, probably wouldn’t be a huge shock. The argument seems to center around the fact that the Silverdome doesn’t actually have over 93,000 seats, but others have pointed out that it was possible to add enough seats, and pointed to a visit by the Pope to the same stadium that also claimed over 93,000 people attended. It’s an argument that hasn’t been settled in nearly thirty years, and likely never will be, since WWE’s certainly not going to admit to a smaller number. After WrestleMania 32, however, whether the myth is true or not likely won’t matter anymore, as Cowboys Stadium, the host for the event, is set up to hold over 100,000 (it’s also the place which took the attendance record away from WrestleMania III), and you know WWE is going to do everything possible to fill every seat.
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