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There are always a lot of questions to be answered after an episode of the WWE Raw. On October 3, the biggest surprise came when Sasha Banks reclaimed her title in the Women’s Championship. Many are concerned with how long she can keep up with this risky style of wrestling. Banks isn’t the only one pushing the envelope to get the viewers attention. The Boss and Charlotte are doing their best to make a huge impact on the WWE Raw as well. The show is heading to the Oracle Arena in Oakland, CA to put on a show on October 10. Tickets are still available, so purchase them today to be a part of all of the drama and sweat.
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In a word, this summer looks to be Raw. Tensions are mounting amongst WWE fighters, and things are sure to boil over in the coming months. WWE Raw will be in Phoenix on June 20th, and the way things have been going between Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins, it will be a wonder if anyone lives through the night. Assuming everyone survives, John Cena, Chris Jericho, AJ Styles and the rest will be in Tampa the next week, and the Raw battles will only escalate from there. Tickets for the showdown in Phoenix start at $48, while seats are available for the following week in Florida starting as low as $47.

The April 18 episode of WWE Raw came from across the pond, with the action taped in London. Despite being a taped show rather than live action, there was still plenty of action for fans. There were two rivalries taking the stage as Sami Zayn and Chris Jericho battled it out while Dean Ambrose faced Kevin Owens. Jericho secured the win over Zayn, despite giving his trademark DDT on the floor and through the ropes. Ambrose was able to get the victory over Owens thanks to a few frog splashes and Dirty Deeds. They head back to the states for the next match, which will be in Baltimore, Maryland, on April 23. You can still get tickets for $43 and up.

This week’s installment of WWE Raw opened with Dolph Ziggler defeating Kevin Owens via pinfall, with the former using the ropes for added leverage to pick up the win. Next in Divas action, title holder Charlotte picked up a submission victory over Alicia Fox with the Figure-Eight Leglock. Bray Wyatt earned a decision over Ryback, Titus O’Neil fell to Adam Rose and the team of Rusev & Alberto del Rio picked up a win over the Lucha Dragons. Tamina took down Becky Lynch before the main event, which saw the Dudley Boyz & Usos defeating Mark Henry & New Day. WWE Raw heads to the Honda Center in Anaheim this Monday—pick up your tickets today from $43!

2/5/16 - Last week’s edition of WWE Raw featured plenty of body-slamming action from wire to wire, starting with U.S. Champion Kalisto defeating Rusev via count-out in a non-title matchup. In tag team action, The Usos defeated Curtis Axel and Adam Rose, followed by Brie Bella pinning Divas Champion Charlotte in the evening’s second non-title bout. The Big Show picked up a victory over Erick Rowan, scoring the three-count after his trademark Chokeslam maneuver. Titus O’Neil then took down Tyler Breeze before Dean Ambrose & Roman Reigns scored a non-title win over The New Day in the main event. WWE Raw comes to Key Arena in Seattle this Monday—get your tickets now starting at $29!

1/29/16 - Contrary to what many observers had initially expected, it appears that Samoa Joe will become a primary roster member for the WWE following this year’s WrestleMania spectacular. At the outset, it had seemed that Joe would exclusively be a part of NXT action, never to compete on Smackdown or Raw. There’s even talk that he’ll make a title run before long, as the organization looks to cement him as a major talent early in 2016. WWE Raw makes two more stops on the west coast (Seattle on 2/8 and Anaheim on 2/15) before heading east, so don’t miss the chance to catch the action live! Get your tickets today starting at just $41 each!

1/8/16 - WWE Raw was missing its biggest name at Monday’s competition. Although it is unsure when the injury occurred, John Cena has torn his rotator cuff and it will require surgery. He announced via social media that he would be heading to Birmingham to go under the knife. The news has been devastating for the WWE, who will be holding the highly anticipated WrestleMania on April 3 and will need a replacement for the Cena vs. Undertaker match. Despite the huge setback, Raw is still one of the most entertaining competitions on television and the fun continues this week as the crew heads to New Orleans’ Smoothie King Center on Monday night (Jan. 11). Tickets are available for $42.
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