WWE Magazine teases location of WrestleMania 30

As we all know, WrestleMania 29 is going to be in MetLife Stadium in the Meadowlands, NJ (although it is being promoted as NY/NJ).

In the latest issue of WWE Magazine, ‘The Informer teases that the WM 30 location will be a city of ‘Olympic proportions’.

Here is a list of the cities that have hosted an Olympics:

Summer:

1904 – St. Louis, United States
1908 – London, United Kingdom
1912 – Stockholm, Sweden
1916 – Scheduled for Berlin, Germany*
1920 – Antwerp, Belgium
1924 – Paris, France
1928 – Amsterdam, Netherlands
1932 – Los Angeles, United States
1936 – Berlin, Germany
1940 – Scheduled for Tokyo, Japan*
1944 – Scheduled for London, United Kingdom*
1948 – London, United Kingdom
1952 – Helsinki, Finland
1956 – Melbourne, Australia
1960 – Rome, Italy
1964 – Tokyo, Japan
1968 – Mexico City, Mexico
1972 – Munich, West Germany (now Germany)
1976 – Montreal, Canada
1980 – Moscow, U.S.S.R. (now Russia)
1984 – Los Angeles, United States
1988 – Seoul, South Korea
1992 – Barcelona, Spain
1996 – Atlanta, United States
2000 – Sydney, Australia
2004 – Athens, Greece
2008 – Beijing, China
2012 – London, United Kingdom
2016 – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

Winter:

Winter Olympic Games Sites

1924 – Chamonix, France
1928 – St. Moritz, Switzerland
1932 – Lake Placid, N.Y., United States
1936 – Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany
1940 – Scheduled for Sapporo, Japan*
1944 – Scheduled for Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy*
1948 – St. Moritz, Switzerland
1952 – Oslo, Norway
1956 – Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy
1960 – Squaw Valley, California, United States
1964 – Innsbruck, Austria
1968 – Grenoble, France
1972 – Sapporo, Japan
1976 – Innsbruck, Austria
1980 – Lake Placid, New York, United States
1984 – Sarajevo, Yugoslavia (now Bosnia and Herzegovina)
1988 – Calgary, Alberta, Canada
1992 – Albertville, France**
1994 – Lillehammer, Norway**
1998 – Nagano, Japan
2002 – Salt Lake City, Utah, United States
2006 – Torino (Turin), Italy
2010 – Vancouver, Canada
2014 – Sochi, Russia
2018 – Pyeongchang, South Korea

Now, if you remove the cities that are unlikely due to time of day or stadium sizes, you are left with a much smaller list:

1908 – London, United Kingdom
1924 – Paris, France
1932 – Los Angeles, United States
1948 – London, United Kingdom
1976 – Montreal, Canada
1984 – Los Angeles, United States
1996 – Atlanta, United States
2012 – London, United Kingdom
2010 – Vancouver, Canada

I would further remove anything prior to the 1980s, due to the comment. Olympics before then were not as big as events as before.

1984 – Los Angeles, United States
1996 – Atlanta, United States
2012 – London, United Kingdom
2010 – Vancouver, Canada

Vancouver is probably out due to the weather.
The problem with London is that the event would have to start at midnight local time in order to start at 7PM on the East Coast of the US. This is possible, but unlikely.
Atlanta just held WrestleMania 27. ¬†They won’t do another in the same city in 3 years. That leaves Los Angeles, but London is also possible.