Pontiac Silverdome

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The Pontiac Silverdome

The Pontiac Silverdome is a domed stadium in the town of Pontiac, Michigan, near Detroit. It opened in 1975 and closed in 2007. The largest crowds to come to the stadium were for WrestleMania III on March 29, 1987, where the main event was a match between Hulk Hogan and André the Giant. The crowd attendance for that night reached 93,173,[1][2][3][4] which is also the record for indoor attendance. The Detroit Lions NFL team played at the stadium from 1975 until 2001.

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