My wish list:
1) The Masters. The tickets are harder to get than the Super Bowl. Patrons are invited personally to purchase tickets by Augusta National. Plus, the pageantry and history of the tournament make it one of the best sporting events of the year that usually isn't over until the last man is signing his scorecard.
2) The Indianapolis 500. It's attainable and Indycar racing is racing for the rest of us. It's sophisticated racing unlike NASCAR but still attainable for the average fan unlike Formula One. Plus, the tradition over the entire month of May is unparalleled in motor sports. Bonus points for Jim Nabors. I was at the 2000 Indy 500 and it is such an impressive event to see in person.
3) The World Cup final. Many reasons have been listed already. My reasons are the intense pressure to win the tournament and the coming together of many cultures and fan bases.
4) The World Series. I'd go just so I don't have to listen to Tim McCarver.
I'd rather watch the Super Bowl on TV. Football games in person with TV timeouts every 5 minutes are tough to sit through. TV timeouts every 30 seconds would be unbearable.