John Cena has given an interview yesterday morning for the Triple M network within the Rush Hour program where he has confirmed that the event that will be held by WWE in Australia, will be held on October 6 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
In Triple M Adelaide Rush Hour program with Jars and Louie yesterday, John Cena mentioned that WWE has rented the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) for the gigantic event on October 6th. When asked if he will be on the show, Cena said: “I really hope so.”
“This is a message for every WWE fan in Australia, it’s been too long since I came to Australia to fight in a WWE ring. There is a big event in October, I think it’s October 6th. I’m going to move planets to try to be there, so I really hope I can do it. ”
With these words, John Cena has uncovered the plans of the company, which was already rumored to be made but until now a possible date for the event had not been announced. this is John Cena’s interview where he announced the celebration of the event in Australia.
The location for the event is the Melbourne Cricket Ground with a capacity of more than 100,000 spectators. Therefore, if tickets were sold out, the event could approach the current WWE attendance record at Wrestlemania 32 in Dallas, Texas, when 101,763 fans attended.
The two closest to this would be easily eclipsed with WrestleMania 3, which took place in Pontiac, Michigan, attracting 93,173 fans, and Wrestlemania 29 in East Rutherford, New Jersey, attracting 80,676 fans. the largest WWE assistance outside of the USA It was at SummerSlam ’92 in London, England, at 80.355.
Interestingly, the current record holder for a similar event in Australia is occupied by a current WWE superstar when UFC 193 accumulated an audience of 56,214 in Australia, an event in which Ronda Rousey competed against Holly Holm.