20 Reasons Why WWE WrestleMania 36 Was An Absolute BLAST

20. The Two-Night Format

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The two-night WrestleMania format paid the expected dividends as those who skipped the Kickoff Shows only had three hours of content to consume on Saturday and three-and-a-half the following night, making for a more watchable and less exhausting viewing experience as a whole.

Lord knows if this is something WWE will look at doing for future 'Manias but it paid off big time with 36. As good as much of these matches were, 'Mania marathons are tough enough to get throw with the energy of a live crowd. Without that, this successful 'Show of Shows' may not have been the same success, so props to WWE for switching it up. Both nights were easy to consume.

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