WWE has an enormous fan base. To keep this fan base happy and in touch with pro wrestling, they need to have many arenas and stadiums where shows can take place daily. Therefore the extent of the list of their venues is quite large. Some of these have earned themselves the status as the top in the collection due to various factors like sound quality. Here are those that are most liked by the fans.
Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York
Standing in the shadows of Madison Square Garden is the Nassau Coliseum in Long Island. This stadium hasn’t been the host to as many significant events, and the location is not to be compared to that to MSG, but the crowd is fantastic, and the atmosphere is always brilliant. The biggest event thus far hosted at the stadium was when it was the venue to a third of WrestleMania II. The other two-thirds were organized at different locations. This was also the place where classic matches have taken place. Crowds had the privilege of seeing Brock Lesnar taking on the Rock and Shawn Michaels and Triple H at each other’s throats. Yet since 2015, the future of the venue has been somewhat uncertain, so rather be sure to attend an event here before it is too late.
Staples Centre – Los Angeles
Staples Center is both easily recognized and also one of the go-to venues for WWE. This arena was the setting where the past four SummerSlams took place along with many other various significant WWE events. The centre opened in 1999 and managed to gather a hardcore crowd even though the Los Angeles crowd is often described as soft. Some of the most popular matches of days gone by were those featuring CM Punk and John Cena, as well as when Team nexus took on Team WWE. As a rule, attending a show at Staples is never disappointing.
Wells Fargo Center – Philadelphia
Philadelphia has its roots firmly set in the ECW and over time became known as the town of the wrestling elite. This venue is known for its vibrant crowd, which ensures nights loaded with energy. A true testimony to this was when the centre was the stage for the Slammy Awards. The most memorable moment in the Wells Fargo Center was, without a doubt when WrestleMania XV featured decades ago in 1999. Another one still vividly remembered by those who were present was when “Stone Cold” Steve Austin managed to defeat The Rock in a no disqualification match for the WWE Championship. During 2004 the Royal Rumble was featured here and in 2006 the most significant event of the year was the Survivor Series. In the case of Wells Fargo, it is indeed the crowd always present that gave this centre a position as one of the most favoured arenas on the long list of options on the WWE list of assets.