How Miami Landed WrestleMania 28, WWE Golf Tournament & More



- The Miami Herald has a new article up looking at the business side of WWE's WrestleMania. They noted that to win WrestleMania this year, the committee in Miami-Dade County sent a box of stone-crab claws from the famous Joe's to WWE headquarters and a pledge of up to $2 million in cash, free venue space throughout the county and other donated services. 

 
The Herald also noted that tickets for the charity WrestleMania Premiere party at Star Island on Saturday night run $300 while the cost for a team of three people to join a WWE star in the pro-am WrestleMania golf tournament is $2,500. 
 
A representative from StubHub reported to The Herald that one WWE fan has paid $7,400 for a third row seat to the big event. 


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