"Yes! Yes! Yes!"
This was only one of the many loud chants heard around the world last night on Monday Night Raw in London, England. It's no secret that the English fans always make for a hot crowd every time WWE travels overseas, and they certainly made last night's program ten times more enjoyable by enhancing the show with their electric energy.
Regardless of how solid a wrestling match may be, it's the fans who are the deciding factor in the end. If there's no audience, there's no wrestling. It's as simple as that.
Obviously, getting over as a wrestler is one of the biggest compliments you can receive in your career, as it means you're finally connecting with the crowd with natural chemistry.
If you perform horribly in the ring or on the mic on any given night, the fans won't be shy to let you know about it through their antics in the audience.
However, the atmosphere of an audience differs from city to city, or country for that matter. WWE has traveled to numerous locations over the years, but only a select few have that electric atmosphere that makes the show that much more entertaining.
Please note that the following crowds are in no specific order, nor am I biased towards any of them, since I don't live near any of the listed locations.
These are strictly based off my opinions and judgment, so it's understandable if your ideal list differs from mine.