The Big Easy is no stranger to the economic boon that is sports-entertainment's greatest attraction, as Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards makes clear.01/10/2017 - 17:00
The news is official, and it's not too early to get excited for WrestleMania's return to New Orleans next year.01/10/2017 - 16:00
Passionate WWE fans couldn't wait to get their hands on tickets to next year's Show of Shows, emanating from the Citrus Bowl on April 2, 2017.11/21/2016 - 22:30
The Largest Athlete in the World takes on The Greatest Fighter in the World in this historic WrestleMania XXIV match that sees Big Show pitted against Floyd "Money" Mayweather with No Holds Barred.05/16/2016 - 18:15
On April 2, 2017 the world will converge in Orlando for WrestleMania 33. Watch it live on WWE Network.04/03/2016 - 23:00
The power of WrestleMania Week is on full display as WWE Superstars take over the city, community and all major news outlets en route to the Grandest Stage of Them All, WrestleMania 32!04/15/2016 - 16:45
WrestleMania Time Capsule: 2004
The following events also occurred in 2004...
A 9.0 earthquake rocked the Indian Ocean and created devastating tsunamis that killed at least 220,000 people from Thailand to Somalia.
The Detroit Pistons, led by series MVP Chauncey Billups, beat the LA Lakers to win the NBA Finals.
Former president Ronald Reagan died at his California home nearly 10 years after announcing he had Alzheimer's disease.
In their first-ever appearance in the Stanley Cup Finals, the Tampa Bay Lightning defeated the Calgary Flames.
For the second year in a row, CBS's CSI: Crime Scene Investigation was the highest rated show on TV.
It was the year of sequels as Spider-Man 2 and Shrek 2 ruled the box office.
Clint Eastwood's boxing epic Million Dollar Baby took home Best Picture at the Oscars.
The New England Patriots won their second Super Bowl in three years.
Smarty Jones failed to capture the Triple Crown.
The Indiana Pacers and Detroit Pistons engaged in one of the biggest brawls in NBA history, as Pacers players Ron Artest, Jermaine O'Neal and Stephen Jackson were all handed huge suspensions for fighting with the Detroit fans.