WWE’s Money In The Bank Will No Longer Take Place In Baltimore
WWE’s Money In The Bank pay-per-view event, slated to take place this May in Maryland, will not go on at the venue. The event was scheduled to take place on Sunday, May 10 at Baltimore’s Royal Farms Arena. However, due to Maryland’s stay-at-home order, which was implemented in March,... Read more
Fan-Free WrestleMania Now A Two-Night Event Across Multiple Locations
The WWE decided earlier this week that this year’s edition of WrestleMania will go on without fans. Now, the wrestling show will be held over two nights at multiple locations with former NFL star Rob Gronkowski hosting. It was previously announced that WrestleMania 36 would move from Raymond James... Read more
WrestleMania To Change Venue, Air Live Without Fans
Over the past two weeks, WWE has tried to save WrestleMania 36, citing that it would not shut down. While the event will still go on as planned, organizers have moved the event to a new venue and are not allowing any fans in the audience. The event was... Read more
WrestleMania In Jeopardy Over New COVID-19 Protocol
Update: (as of Tuesday March 17, 2020) The event will go on as planned, but has been moved to a WWE training facility. Fans will not be allowed into the event. — WWE’s WrestleMania is still slated to go on as planned this April, however, new protocols revolving around... Read more
WrestleMania To Occur As Planned, Despite Widespread Event Cancellations
Update: (as of Tuesday March 17, 2020) The event will go on as planned, but has been moved to a WWE training facility. Fans will not be allowed into the event. — Although dozens of major sporting and concerts events have been cancelled over the last week due to... Read more
WWE Ticket Sales Reach Historic Low Leading Up To WrestleMania
WWE sales have steadily declined over the past year, but now, ticket demand for shows surrounding WrestleMania has hit an all-time low. While WrestleMania 36 has not sold-out yet, ticket sales for the event have been moving fast on the secondary market, Forbes reports. The historic event, set to... Read more
WWE Reveals Decline In Ticket Sales, Move To Reshape Network
World Wrestling Entertainment revealed in its latest financial report that both ticket sales and WWE Network subscribers have fallen. In its financial results for the fourth quarter and full-year of 2019, WWE reported record revenues of $960.4 million, SportsBusiness reports, which is up three percent from 2018. However, despite... Read more
WWE Fails To Sell Out MSG Shows With One Week To Go
Earlier this year, WWE announced that it would return to Madison Square Garden for two live pay-per-view event for the first time in 10 years, however, with a week before the events, neither show is sold out. Live tapings of Raw and SmackDown Live are set to take place... Read more
WWE’s MSG Show Faces Sluggish Sales Ahead of Fall Event
WWE is returning to New York City’s legendary Madison Square Garden later this year for the first time in a decade, however, the show’s sales are reportedly low. Live tapings of Raw and SmackDown Live will take place on September 9 and 10, which will be the first time... Read more
WWE’s Raw, SDLive Return To MSG For First Time In 10 years
For the first time in 10 years, WWE will return to New York City’s legendary Madison Square Garden for two televised shows. Rumors of the upcoming shows were circulating online, along with a Bayley promo video, and the news was officially announced this morning. WWE will return with back-to-back... Read more