Wrestlemania 35 was another huge hit for the WWE franchise last night, putting the company on track to make a billion dollars in revenue this year. With 82,265 fans in attendance, last night’s event pulled in $16.9 million. It’s a record figure for New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, making it the highest-grossing entertainment event in the stadium’s history. #WrestleMania 35 sets @MetLifeStadium's #WWE attendance record. More Info: https://t.co/XvCsDuMeqv pic.twitter.com/JLtUsy2IxO — WWE (@WWE) April 8, 2019 Road to $1 Billion The WWE has come under pressure lately for collapsing TV ratings and declining US attendance at live events. Despite that, Vince Mcmahon’s

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