WrestleMania 38 was a two-night event that had a runtime of nearly eight hours with Roman Reigns vs.
WrestleMania 36 in 2020 was the most unique of them all because it’s the only one that had no fans, there were taped matches and it was the first time WWE decided to make it a two-night event.
WrestleMania 35 took place in 2019 in a familiar venue – MetLife Stadium in New Jersey.
WrestleMania 34 in 2018 was headlined by a familiar match: Brock Lesnar vs.
The 33rd was another outdoor show that took place at a venue WWE was at nine years earlier in Orlando.
The 32nd WrestleMania took place at the home of the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys at AT&T Stadium in a newer facility where WWE was going to try to get 100,000 people in attendance to set a new record for the company.
The 31st WrestleMania was another outdoor stadium show in Santa Clara, California at the home of NFL’s San Francisco 49ers.
The 30th WrestleMania was a big night for Daniel Bryan as the most popular wrestler on the WWE roster that had to work twice that night and ended up having the two best matches on the show.
WrestleMania 29 featured a main event that was a rematch of the year before when The Rock beat John Cena.
The 28th WrestleMania was a big one for WWE because The Rock was back in singles action in the main event against the top guy at the time, John Cena.
The 27th WrestleMania saw The Rock return to WrestleMania after being away from the event for seven years.