With the off-the-roof excitement for WrestleMania 40, WWE sold out consecutive episodes of WWE Raw and Smackdown in the past few months. Not only that, but numerous shows broke attendance records among many others that were etched in the history books. 

WrestleMania Saturday featured some of the biggest matches of the card for the entire event. Starting off with the Women’s World Championship match and the biggest tag team match in WWE history, The Rock and Roman Reigns vs Seth Rollins and Cody Rhodes set for the main event, the WWE Universe couldn’t be seated without excitement throughout the show. 

WWE Raw General Manager Adam Pearce and Smackdown General Manager Nick Aldis came out to announce the attendance for WrestleMania Saturday. Both men announced that the Lincoln Financial Field was packed with 72543 for Night One of the show. With a massive attendance on Saturday, a lot more is expected from Night Two of the Grandest Stage of them All. 

While the attendance was lesser than the Night One of WrestleMania 39, that was majorly because Lincoln Financial Field was a much smaller stadium when compared to the Sofi Stadium in Hollywood. Ringside News has been doing a play-by-play coverage of the Grandest Stage of them All. Stay connected to get the latest updates about the show. 


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Ishaan Rathi

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