ORLANDO, Fla. – WrestleMania 33 came to Orlando and broke records during the weeklong event around the city.
“WrestleMania Week was a tremendous success for the city of Orlando, and it was an honor to host WWE and their fans back in our community," said Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer.
The events sold out five nights in a row and broke a record at Camping World Stadium. A total of 75,245 visitors attended WrestleMania 33, surpassing the WrestleMania 24 record by more than 600 attendees.
“This is a testament to the investments we’ve made in our community venues that continue to attract these showcase events and solidify Orlando as the nation's leading sports and entertainment destination,” Dyer said.
The gross for the weeklong event is more than $14 million, beating the Rolling Stones'record in 2015.
“WrestleMania made a triumphant return to Orlando and again broke multiple records,” said WWE executive vice president of special events John Saboor.
Next year’s WrestleMania 34 will be heldApril 8, 2018, in New Orleans.