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Top 15 Cities Yet To Host WrestleMania

Every year, the biggest event in pro wrestling packs into a large stadium as WrestleMania is watched by millions across the globe. Although most of the people watching aren’t even in the stadium, it’s always a big topic each year as to where WrestleMania will take place. The most recent WrestleMania took place at Levi’s Stadium in the Bay Area of California, and the next one is at the massive AT&T Stadium in the Dallas, Texas area.

There have been some places that have repeated as hosts for a WrestleMania, such as New York and Detroit, but there have been plenty of places that have never had the ability to host one. A lot of these locations are located in the midwest, with a focus on the two coasts, and WrestleMania has only gone international twice, but both were in Toronto, Canada.

Arguments have been made for and against taking WrestleMania outside of North America, with the pros being how awesome the atmosphere would be in a place like Wembley, but the the issue is the time difference for the American audience. Even before we get to Europe though, there are plenty of worthy candidates west of the Atlantic.

Which places would be best suited to host a WrestleMania that haven’t seen one yet? Here are 15 cities across the globe that really deserve to see their favorite wrestlers squaring off at the biggest event of the year. A quick spoiler: Minnesota is on this list, but is the rumored spot for the 33rd edition of WrestleMania. Since it has not been officially announced, it makes this list right now. Here are all 15 in order of how much they deserve the event:

15 Portland, Oregon

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14 Vancouver, Canada

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13 Mexico City, Mexico

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12 Charlotte, North Carolina

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11 San Antonio, Texas

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10 Baltimore, Maryland

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9 Denver, Colorado

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8 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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7 Memphis, Tennessee

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6 Washington, D.C.

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5 San Diego, California

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The Los Angeles area has been home to multiple WrestleMania events, but San Diego still hasn’t seen one despite being “the greatest city in the history of mankind” according to Ron Burgundy. Holding the event outdoors would not be a problem, as you can pretty much guarantee that the weather would be perfect. The wrestlers certainly wouldn't have a problem with a WrestleMania here.

4 Montreal, Quebec, Canada

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3 St. Louis, Missouri

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2 Minneapolis, Minnesota

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1 London, England

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If London were to get a WrestleMania, the crowd would be absolutely insane. It would give wrestling fans in North America a reason to head over to England, making it a tourist’s dream. New Wembley Stadium is a perfect home for the event, with a capacity of over 90,000 and tickets would sell out almost instantly. It seems that the only reason that London hasn’t hosted WrestleMania is because nobody outside of North America has. The time difference between England and the East coast of America is five hours, meaning that WrestleMania would start at noon at the absolute latest for west coast fans in America, and that’s not ideal.

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