Discounted Wrestling Tickets
WWE has overhauled the entire concept of traditional wrestling with something that is more interesting, entertaining and theatre like. Along with the technical wrestling moves, it finely fuses a well scripted plot and story, which adds some meaning to entire show. These modern day gladiators provide all its viewers with the adrenaline filled action that is driven by a strong plot and well acted characters. So now days, wrestling is an action packed event with a bit of dramatization for all those who’re looking for some meaning to all that.
As of the moment, WWE runs three weekly shows that are WWE: Raw, WWE: Smackdown and ECW. Each one of these shows has separate superstars in its roster, and also has a separate plot. Apart from that all three of these shows have their separate championship titles as well, so as of the moment WWE is home to ECW Championship, WWE Championship, and World Heavy Weight Championship. That makes WWE, the biggest professional wrestling organization around the globe. In addition to its regular weekly shows, WWE also hosts main events every month that usually features highly anticipated and high profile match ups. Among all these, Wrestlemania is the biggest main event on the events calendar of the WWE, and is held once a year.
WWE was originally founded as the Capitol Wrestling Corporation in 1952 by Raymond Mondt and Roderick McMahon. And in the following year, CWC became a part of National Wrestling Alliance or NWA. Almost after a decade, CWC left NWA due to some difference, and then CWC came up as separate wrestling federation named World Wide Wrestling Federation. The federation underwent another change in its name back in March 1979, when it was renamed to World Wrestling Federation. A year later, the owner of the WWF, Vincent J. McMahon, sold the company to his son, Vincent K. McMahon and ever since then he has been the majority owner in the company. In 2001 WWF widened its boundaries by acquiring the World Championship Wrestling and hence become the biggest professional wrestling promotion. Not just that WWF also acquired Extreme Championship Wrestling in 2003, and further expanded its dimensions. The name of the company was ultimately changed from WWF to WWE back in 2002 after WWF was sued by the World Wide Fund for Nature.
For more than five years WWE was broadcasted on Spike TV, but later on it returned to USA Networks. Each weekly show broadcasted on TV is almost two hours long including the commercials however the live event is a lot more longer and, needless to say, a lot more entertaining and energizing.
If you compare, ‘yourself sitting on a couch with popcorns on your lap and watching the event while being constantly interrupted by commercials from time to time’; with, ‘yourself being their live while all the wrestling fanatics are cheer and chanting your favorite superstar’s name up high as the action goes on for a good two or three hours’; you’ll definitely find out why fan prefer to get their hands on WWE Tickets rather paying to watch it on their TV screens.