WWE-MSG TV to Return Again, But at What Cost?

WWE-MSG TV to Return Again

WWE-MSG TV to Return AgainWWE-MSG TV to Return Again: World Wrestling Entertainment has always been a honeypot in the sports entertainment world for more than a decade now. From the time of Hulk Hogan in the year 1984 to this time with superstars like Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins, the glory still carries on. In the history of World Wrestling Entertainment, we have witnessed many memorable wrestling pay-per-views at notable arenas across the world, but what’s it gonna feel like, to get back to world’s most famous arena after a decade. Yes, you heard it, right fellas, WWE is all set to acquire Madison Square Garden as a show location for the first time in almost ten years.

Being a hardcore WWE fan will surely take you back to the year 2009, where The Phenom. The Undertaker joined hands with John Cena against Triple H & Shawn Michaels of D-Generation X against Chris Jericho & Big Show of JeriShow in a Triple Threat Tag Team Match at MSG on November 16, 2009. The day was electric and unforgettable with all precious gems of WWE sharing the ring, pushed the WWE Universe to say ‘This is Awesome’

WWE announced the news of organizing and airing of Monday Night Raw on September 9th and SmackDown Live on September 10th at Madison Square Garden in New York City. After a long gap of 10 years, WWE is returning with TV Taping, that means both Raw & Smackdown show will go live from MSG arena in September. This would be WWE’s first MSG show since December 2018 and it would be their first time running a TV taping in that arena since November 2009. Fans are eagerly waiting to unveil the surprises to be revealed on that special night. WWE issued a video of Bayley making the announcement. The company is promoting that fans should register for a pre-sale at this point. 

The World Wrestling Entertainment and Madison Square Garden arena had lived some most memorable events together in the past that includes Hulk Hogan’s first WWF championship win against Iron Sheik in 1984, the first SummerSlam pay-per-view in 1988, WrestleMania X (Razor Ramon vs. Shawn Michaels Ladder Match, Bret Hart vs. Owen Hart, Bret Hart winning the title from Yokozuna later in the show), RAW in the year 1997 where Steve Austin gave Vince McMahon the Stunner for the first time, SummerSlam 1998 (Austin vs. Undertaker, Triple H vs. The Rock), Royal Rumble 2000 (Triple H vs. Mick Foley), Royal Rumble 2008 (John Cena’s surprise return to WWE and many more are still in the list.

New York City has always been a core ground for the WWE, calling Madison Square Garden as their home, however, the ticket sales for WWE’s return to the world’s most famous arena on September 9 and 10 for Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live are not going well, neither has the show been sold out yet, while Monday Night Raw was expected to receive a rapid sell-out. There is still over a month and a half to go before the start of both shows. and therefore, a strong chance that both shows could sell out in days to come. Sources revealed that overpricing and scalpers having a lack of interest in scooping up tickets look to be possible reasons why.

It is said that people are not approaching the main box office, even the tickets are still available, approximately 1600 tickets are still waiting to be sold out but overpricing in the last recent years at MSG stopping people to buy tickets for the show.

Superstars like Randy Orton, WWE Champion Kofi Kingston, Roman Reigns, AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, Braun Strowman, Finn Balor, Rey Mysterio, Dolph Ziggler, Lacey Evans, SmackDown Women’s Champion Bayley, Baron Corbin, Charlotte Flair, Alexa Bliss, Cesaro, Ricochet, Kevin Owens, Bobby Lashley, and The Usos are slated to appear at the events that will surely bring the electricity in generating WWE Universe for the special show.

This is the moment in the making time for every WWE fan to witness their superstars at MSG ARENA. Don’t miss your opportunity to be part of the action at “The World’s Most Famous Arena” this September.

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