WWE Smackdown News
When professional wrestling fans talk about their favorite events, WWE SmackDown is often the first thing that comes out of the mouths. Since debuting in 1999, SmackDown is televised weekly and has boasted an incredible 900 episodes over the past 17 years.
SmackDown events routinely take place all over the globe. Televised SmackDown bouts have been held in areas as distant as Japan and even Iraq (in 2003 and 2004). Events feature some of the most accomplished, popular wrestlers from the WWE.
Watching the action on TV is fun, but if you really want to experience all the thrills firsthand, you need to be in the arena. The next SmackDown will be held Tuesday, Nov. 22 from Ottawa, Canada. Tickets start at $38.
October 4 was the last WWE Smackdown to occur before the final live Smackdown pay-per-view event to display fights between AJ Styles, John Cena and Dean Ambrose. This event was filled with hard blows, drama and even more questions about who is going to emerge with the WWE Championship belt around his waste. All of the wrestlers put their entire lives into this career and work there hardest to provide you with the entertainment you expect and deserve. Get your tickets for the next show on October 11 at the SAP Center in San Jose, CA. Tickets start at $27 and are selling fast, so don’t wait. Razorgator has a wide variety of seats to choose from.
The SmackDown is happening, and if the match between Chris Jericho and Dean Ambrose is any indication of what's to come, fans are in for an exciting summer. Preparing for the Money in the Bank competition, Jericho and Amrbrose faced off on June 9, and while Jericho took the match, Ambrose took the night with some post-fight antics that left the supposed victor crumpled on the floor. On June 21, more high drama will be on display in Tucson, AZ, before the SmackDown makes its way to Florida the following week. Tickets for the Arizona event start at $34, and seats in Miami are available for the low price of $33.