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Razorgator has your tickets for the complete WWE experience! Vince McMahon had the vision and drive to bring professional wrestling to the forefront of sports and entertainment. Today, the WWE showcases the most elite wrestlers in the world battling for international bragging rights. The WWE features the ever popular Raw, SmackDown!, ECW, WrestleMania, and more! Follow your favorite wrestlers by purchasing your tickets from Razorgator today!

2016 WWE News

The WWE is filled with numerous exciting events for wrestling fans. One newest venture for the network is WWE Talking Smack Live, which will be a weekly live show airing right after SmackDown Live. Fans can enjoy expert analysis of the preceding fights, as well as exclusive interviews with the wrestlers and other entertainers. It is getting close to time for the annual SummerSlam, and it might be the best show ever with some brand warfare in the mix. It is expected to also have many other curveballs debuting to keep fans new and old entertained throughout the entire show. You can still get tickets for all WWE events, including SmackDown and SummerSlam on Razorgator.
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You love partaking in adventures and doing things that mix life up a little bit. Razorgator has an event for you that will get you excited and keep life exciting. The WWE is still going strong and these wrestlers are headed to a city near you. WWE Live is storming the stages and selling out in practically every city they perform in. Next up is Pikeville, KY on Saturday July 2 and the Huntington, WV on July 3. Get your tickets today to see all of the action live. It is the perfect way to get more than just fireworks out of your holiday weekend. Tickets start around $27 for both locations.

Based on early indications, 2016 will not disappoint WWE fans. The kickoff matches have already delivered epic showdowns between Dolph Ziggler and Baron Corbin, with Corbin’s hubris eventually leading to his demise. Heavyweight Champion of the World Roman Reigns defended his title against AJ Styles in a gritty, contentious match at WWE Payback, and the beloved Chris Jericho somehow managed to both win and lose to Dean Ambrose in a thrilling battle. All of that, and the action is just getting started. Fans can watch Raw multiple nights a week, and Battleground and Summer Slam events are on the horizon. WWE Raw heads to Tampa on June 27, with tickets starting as low as $47.

It was a bittersweet day for WWE fans on Monday, as former Intercontinental Champion Daniel Bryan officially announced his retirement from the squared circle. The news broke on the Internet earlier in the day, with outlets including ESPN releasing the shocking revelation before the “Yes!” Man himself explained it to the Raw crowd. Cumulative effects of concussions suffered throughout Bryan’s career led to the decision, one which leaves fans with an understandably disappointed feeling—but one tempered with understanding. WWE Live heads to Ontario, California this Tuesday and select seats are still available for purchase. Get in with tickets starting at $63, but don’t hesitate because supplies are limited and they’re going fast!

A torn rotator cuff stands between you seeing John Cena compete in 2016’s WrestleMania, and the disappointment is practically palpable among wrestling fans. It is unknown when the WWE star suffered the injury, but it has been confirmed that he will not be able to participate in the event that is arguably the most anticipated in the world of wrestling. Via Twitter, Cena announced that he would be headed into surgery soon, and although he was disappointed by the setback he wouldn’t be giving up any time soon. Potential replacements for his fight against the Undertaker have been much speculated and might include Daniel Bryan, Dean Ambrose, Sheamus, Sting and Finn Balor.
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