Wrestlemania Wrap up: 101,763 Fans Turn North Texas Into Suplex City

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ARLINGTON-- Wrestlemania laid the Smack-down all over North Texas and fans were electrified to be there.

“It’s the biggest Wrestlemania of all time, over 100,000 people are supposed to be here so you can't even compare this Wrestlemania to any other one. It's going to be the biggest ever!” said WWE fan John Connor.

In fact,  WWE beat their own attendance record with a staggering 101,763 fans inside At&t Stadium to see Superstars like  the Dudley boys, "The phenomenal" AJ styles, “Y2J” Chris Jericho, and The Rock.

“If you think for one second The Rock wasn’t going to be there you are wrong! If you Smell what the rock is cooking,” said one super fan.

But the big show didn't come without some hiccups. A lot of  fans took to social media to complain about the long wait to get into the stadium.

But for most of these folks, the wait was worth it. WWE also debuted a revamped women’s division to show these ladies are more than just divas.

“My Ultimate goal is to have our Women in the Main Event.” WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon told Newsfix.

Next year, Mania will be heading to the sunshine state, but you know what they say: Everything is bigger in Texas.