The Live Audience is very important to any sport, whether it be football, baseball, basketball, or professional wrestling.
In terms of wrestling, their reaction is crucial to a match, a return, a promo, etc. A dead crowd kills it for all of us.
For example, I was watching Triple H's return on Summerslam 2007, on Youtube, and the crowd was dead. I felt that totally killed his return.
But, if they had done the opposite, it would've made a huge difference, because their reaction influences our reaction.
When we think of Stone Cold, we remember the fans on their feet at the sound of breaking glass. He was able to generate a huge fan reaction.
As Kevin Williams' article, entitled 'The Case of the Missing Pop,' states, that kind of fan reaction is missing today.
But, there are still a few places that cheer and boo as loud as they can. It's not the same as the Attitude Era, but it's the best we can get today.
In this article, I will look at the cities or states that have the best crowds and gives the loudest pops. I will name most of the arenas in that place that the WWE uses.
I will also name some famous wrestlers that come from that place, and then all of the big four PPVs that took place there.
So without further ado...