Wwe Indianapolis Tickets
Nothing can beat WWE when it comes to professional wrestling. With talented wrestlers and athletes, WWE has managed to garner millions of fans all over the world. This premier organization hosts multiple events throughout the year. These include Main Event, SmackDown, Raw and Total Divas. In 2014, WWE Raw, known widely as Monday Night Raw will be returning to Indianapolis. Watch the famed wrestler John Cena in a blood-rousing fight with Bray Wyatt at Bankers Life Fieldhouse by getting WWE Indianapolis tickets in advance. Other wrestlers who will be making it to the ring are The Shield, Demon Kane, Evolution and many more. Don’t miss out on this thrilling show as raw comes back to Indianapolis this year.
Be it any time of the year, a WWE event never goes unattended. So hurry up and get WWE Indianapolis tickets to watch WWE’s Raw live in your city. Raw will hit Indianapolis in 2014 and will feature wrestling superstars like John Cena, The Shield, Bray Wyatt, Demon Kane and many more. Don’t miss out on watching the rivals, Bray Wyatt and John Cena, engage in this thrilling match.
WWE is one of the leading live entertainment companies in the country. Founded in 1952, the company deals primarily in professional wrestling.Currently, WWE is the largest wrestling companies in the world and hosts around 320 events in a year, both televised and non-televised. The shows are watched by 36 million fans live at different arenas in 150 countries. Unlike other wrestling companies, WWE shows are more than just sporting contests. At WWE events you get to watch scripted and story-driven matches that are purely entertainment based.
Every year, apart from their regular, weekly shows, the WWE hosts a number of pay-per-view events as well. These include Payback, Wrestle Mania, Royal Rumble, Extreme Rules, TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs, Hell in a Cell and many more.
WWE’s Raw first aired in 1993 on USA Network. Since then, Raw has been broadcasted live in 169 cities across ten nations. In 2014, Raw will be returning to Bankers Life Fieldhouse in Indianapolis for a show that no wrestling fan would want to miss.