AT&T Stadium sent out a tweet that the doors were about to open to Wrestlemania 32. That was 5 hours ago. Then fans waited for hours, some as long as 3 hours to get into the show. Let’s just say that WWE fans who were forced to wait in extremely long ticket lines were not happy with how things went down today in Dallas where Jerry Jones is getting hammered for yet another fiasco at a major event.
You might remember Jerry’s Super Bowl issues back in 2011 where fans thought they purchased a seat, but in reality the seats weren’t available.
There were rumors today that Wi-Fi was down and tickets couldn’t be scanned. Meanwhile, the AT&T Stadium twitter account still hasn’t addressed the issue and some fans went home because of the ridiculous lines. Poor Jerry Jones…he’s getting killed on this one.
The experience getting into AT&T:
— 𝖜𝖍𝖎𝖙 ☠ (@SodapopxRitalin) April 3, 2016
The 3 hour wait to get in:
— Morgan Manning (@morganameridius) April 3, 2016
The Wrestlemania fan response once they got in but couldn’t move:
Super Bowl was a disaster.
Early matches in front of a 1/4 filled AT&T:
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This could’ve gotten real bad:
— MatthewPenny. (@MattPennyPFC) April 3, 2016
The aftermath of poor planning at AT&T:
— LaKe316 (@Lake316) April 3, 2016