Michael Sulkes, the general manager of the Wells Fargo Center, is a lifelong fan of WWE. He attended WrestleMania XV at the Wells Fargo Center in 1999 when he was just 13 years old. Reflecting on how WWE has evolved over the years, Sulkes notes that the event has outgrown arenas and now takes place on multiple nights in different venues. This growth is evident in how WWE has expanded to three sold-out events in and around the Wells Fargo Center.

With about 17,000 people expected to attend each show at the Wells Fargo Center, arena president Phil Lowes estimates about 6,000 fans have purchased tickets for all three events. Sulkes predicts that the upcoming shows will have a significant impact on Philadelphia and believes that the event will show just how big a deal WWE is. He’s excited to take over the city in the best possible way and can’t wait for WrestleMania weekend to begin.

Despite attending WrestleMania XV 25 years ago at the same venue, Michael Sulkes is still filled with excitement for this year’s shows at the Wells Fargo Center. As part of WrestleMania weekend, WWE is also hosting WWE World at WrestleMania at Pennsylvania Convention Center through Monday. To accommodate fans and reduce traffic congestion, SEPTA has added additional service on Broad Street Line and Regional Rail around South Philadelphia Sports Complex during WrestleMania weekend.

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