WrestleMania 32 will mark the tenth consecutive year that WWE's biggest spectacle will be held inside of a dome or a stadium, the first time such a streak has reached double digits. At this point, WrestleMania most assuredly has to be held inside of a colossal venue, due to the cumulative prestige that the event has gathered with each passing year. But what is the greatest venue to ever hold WrestleMania? Is it an outdoor stadium with 70,000 screaming fans? Is it an indoor dome capable of holding a just as large, if not greater, sea of humanity? Or is it a standard-size arena that, for one reason or another, holds some type of personal charm? Just because a WrestleMania was held inside one of the larger buildings, it doesn't necessarily qualify that building for this list. If anything, the fact that WrestleMania is now annually held inside of a football or baseball stadium kinda dampens the novelty. The crowds are still impressive, but it's not exactly fresh seeing a massive crowd. There have been WrestleManias held in front of a 'mere' 15,000-20,000 fans that, thanks to a well-designed set-up, have been just as eye-catching as the events with four or five times as many fans. Such a list is certainly subjective, but here's my stab at the ten best WrestleMania venues ever.