South Philadelphia Sports Complex hosting WWE event this weekend

Wells Fargo Center’s General Manager, Michael Sulkes, Prepares for the Ultimate Wrestling Showdown: WWE Mania!

Michael Sulkes, the General Manager of the Wells Fargo Center, is a lifelong WWE fan. He attended WrestleMania XV in 1999 when he was just 13 years old and is still filled with excitement for the upcoming shows at the same venue.

Over the years, the WWE has evolved and grown exponentially. It has outgrown arenas and is now held across multiple nights at different venues. This growth is evident in how the WWE has expanded to three sold-out events at the Wells Fargo Center and its surrounding areas. With approximately 17,000 people expected to attend each show, arena President Phil Lawes estimates that about 6,000 fans have purchased tickets for all three events.

Michael Sulkes anticipates that the WWE Universe descending upon Philadelphia for the weekend shows will make a significant impact on the city. He believes that the event will showcase just how big of a deal the WWE is and is excited for the city to be taken over in the best possible way.

To accommodate fans and minimize traffic congestion during WrestleMania weekend, SEPTA has added additional services on the Broad Street Line and Regional Rail routes around South Philadelphia Sports Complex. The Pennsylvania Convention Center will also host WWE World at WrestleMania until Monday as part of WrestleMania weekend festivities.

As a lifelong fan of wrestling, Michael Sulkes feels honored to have played a role in hosting one of these epic events. He’s looking forward to seeing how much it means to not only him but also to everyone else who comes together for this special occasion.

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