It’s been a while since I stopped watching wrestling on a regular basis but I’ll always have a special place in my heart for the “sport” that’s responsible for getting me in trouble because I told one of my middle school teachers to suck it without actually knowing what it meant at the time.
While I couldn’t have told you much about the storylines leading up to this year’s Wrestlemania, that wasn’t going to stop me from tuning in (and by “tuning in” I mean “frantically hunting for new streams whenever the one I was watching got taken down”).
The final match of the night might have been fantastically botched but there were plenty of other highlights, like watching Kofi Kingston finally get his hands on the WWE Championship belt and seeing Shane McMahon do what Shane McMahon does best.
Over 80,000 people flocked to MetLife Stadium on Sunday for Wrestlemania 35, and if you’ve ever attended an event at the venue, you know it can be a pain in the ass to get to—and even more difficult to leave.
Tons of lucky fans got to learn this the hard way last night when they flocked out of the stadium after the final bell rang, where they were greeted by heavy rain, a serious lack of transportation options, and a firsthand taste of what it might have been like to attend Fyre Festival.