WrestleMania has provided lasting memories throughout its history that deserve to be revisited every spring by Brian Campbell @BCampbellCBS Mar 30, 2020 at 1:53 pm ET • 30 min read The enduring legacy of WrestleMania — WWE’s annual one-night event that serves as a Super Bowl of sorts for the world of “sports entertainment” — has been the many memorable moments that have stood the test of time. From Hulk Hogan slamming Andre the Giant at WrestleMania III in 1987 to a tearful Kofi Kingston celebrating with his children after winning the WWE championship last year at WrestleMania 35, these indelible images do more than fill posters and video B-roll during retrospectives.They serve as snapshots in time that allow fans to remember where they were and the emotions they felt when witnessing those exhilarating experiences for the first time. For WWE’s superstars, there’s a name for this a phenomena: the “WrestleMania moment.” Most spend their entire careers attempting to be part of just one. With WrestleMania 36 — originally scheduled to emanate from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida — now being housed inside an empty WWE Performance Center in Orlando (along with other undisclosed locations) due to the coronavirus pandemic… Read full this story
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