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I'd have to say New York, Chicago, Philly. Judging by this year's WM crowd and the Raw the night after, Miami's a good city (but I realise a lot of those fans were from around the world who were around for Mania). LA is always an important stop, I believe.
 

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I'd have to say New York, Chicago, Philly. Judging by this year's WM crowd and the Raw the night after, Miami's a good city (but I realise a lot of those fans were from around the world who were around for Mania). LA is always an important stop, I believe.
Agreed. Id add Toronto and Montreal though.
LA sucks imo, Summer Slam always had a bad crowd passing years.
 

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London for me as I'm usally at London crowds.
 

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Chicago, because it's closest to me. :D

The greatest single crowd of all time, though, has to be WrestleMania III in the Pontiac Silverdome, just because of its sheer size. So impressive and awe inspiring. And plus it was during a time before there was such a thing as a "smark crowd", yet the audiences were always so alive for every show, from beginning to end. I was never one for the rose tinted glasses when looking at the past, but the passionate crowds are something I truly miss. :(
 

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As far as a town where WWE goes to, it's MSG and Chicago. If you want to talk about the greatest crowd for a single show, it's Wrestlemania 3 at the pontiac silverdome. That crowd was into it, they cheer passionately for who they liked and booed passionately and went has far as throw food and other things for who they hated. They cheered the faces and booed the heels which how it was back in the day, but they had more passion than today's crowds do.
 
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