The records keep piling up for WrestleMania 32, the largest WrestleMania in WWE history.
AT&T Stadium broke the WrestleMania attendance record set in 1987 when 101,763 fans filed into JerryWorld. (Some arrived at their seats very slowly.)
Only the Cowboys, the Super Bowl, the NBA All-Star Game and George Strait can say they brought more people into that building.
On top of that, the figures have started to come in about other milestones the WWE has achieved...
From a shortened WWE press release:
WrestleMania 32 was the most social event in WWE history, according to Nielsen Social with 2.5 million mentions on Twitter throughout the day and 1.3 million mentions during the broadcast alone, an increase of 50 percent and 18 percent year-over-year, respectively.
- WWE-related content saw more than 250 million video views across WWE.com, WWE App and social media during WrestleMania Week, an increase of 122 percent year-over-year.
- WrestleMania reached 1.82 million global households on WWE Network alone, making it the most-watched WrestleMania in history, with pay-per-view data still forthcoming.
- WWE Network subscribers viewed 21.7 million hours during WrestleMania Week or 12 hours per subscriber during the week. This compares to 15 million hours last year, a year-over-year increase of 45 percent.
- WWE generated a record-breaking $4.55 million in WrestleMania merchandise revenue, an increase of 37 percent or $1.2 million, from last year's previous record at WrestleMania 31.