WWE Superstar The Rock and UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey fist bump inside the WrestleMania 31 ring.

WWE Superstar The Rock and UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey fist bump inside the WrestleMania 31 ring.

OUR RESULTS

WrestleMania 31 was the most socially active event in WWE history, with more than 1.5 million mentions during the day, and 1.13 million mentions during the event itself.
WrestleMania 31 generated 142 worldwide trends on Twitter during the airing, including 10 No. 1 overall trends
  • WWE successfully streamed six hours of live coverage of WrestleMania 31 reaching a record-breaking 1.3 million global households, making it the most-watched WrestleMania event in history.
  • Nearly 50% of WrestleMania 31 viewership on WWE Network came through a gaming console (Xbox or PlayStation). 
  • WrestleMania 31 became the highest grossing live event in WWE history and broke the attendance record for Levi’s Stadium. WWE’s annual pop-culture extravaganza grossed $12.6 million, as 76,976 fans from all 50 states and 53 countries converged on the home of the San Francisco 49ers. The previous attendance record for Levi’s Stadium was 70,799, and WrestleMania 29 at MetLife Stadium in 2013 held WWE’s prior record for gross revenue at $12.3 million.
  • WrestleMania 31 was the most socially active event in WWE history, with more than 1.5 million mentions during the day, and 1.13 million mentions during the event itself.
  • WrestleMania 31 generated 142 worldwide trends on Twitter during the airing, including 10 No. 1 overall trends -- all organically driven, with zero paid promoted trends.
  • WrestleMania 31 week generated 35.1 million social engagements, up 222% from WrestleMania 30.
  • WrestleMania 31 week generated 12 billion total potential impressions of social media content, up 54% from WrestleMania 30.
  • WrestleMania 31 generated $139 million in economic impact for the Santa Clara, Calif. area, according to a study by the Enigma Research Corporation. This marked the second-largest economic impact in WrestleMania history, and the fourth consecutive year of more than $100 million in economic impact for the host city. 
  • Seventy-eight percent of fans attended WrestleMania from outside the greater Santa Clara/San Jose area, staying an average of 3.3 nights in area hotels, spending $22 million on rooms in the process.
  • Forty-six celebrity Social Media Ambassadors tweeted content about WrestleMania 31. They created 54 tweets, to their combined following of more than 65.6 million followers. These included news hosts Katie Couric and Maria Shriver, actors Steve Aoki, George Takei and William Shatner, and talk show host Steve Harvey.
  • WrestleMania Week featured more than 20 hours of prime-time themed programming on WWE Network, with more than 15 million hours of content being viewed during that time. (compared to 7.1 million hours in 2014)
  • WWE Network also featured a complete line up of ancillary programming for WrestleMania Week, which included:
    • An exclusive interview with WWE EVP Talent, Live Events and Creative Paul “Triple H” Levesque and Arnold Schwarzenegger
    • The 2015 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony.
    • A two-hour WrestleMania pre-show, all complimenting the WrestleMania 31 live presentation.
  • Forty-two new video packages were created for air across 16 hours of live WWE programming with 32 WrestleMania and Hall of Fame themed interstitials. 
  • WrestleMania 31 attendees used 4.5 terabytes of wi-fi data at the event, breaking the previous Levi's Stadium record of 3.3 TB which was set during the San Francisco 49ers’ 2014 home opening game. Since the stadium was not built to handle that kind of traffic from users seated on the actual field of play, 69 additional access points were temporarily installed to accommodate fans. Extra WiFi coverage was also added to the temporary seating areas that were added for the massive outdoor event. (Source: TechGraphs.com)