World Wrestling Entertainment—more commonly known as WWE—is the largest and most successful professional wrestling entertainment company in the world. Broadcast to roughly 36 million viewers across more than 150 countries, the company holds more than 500 events a year, airs numerous new episodes every week, and provides 24 hours of nonstop programming every day. WWE’s production thrills audiences with a mix of choreographed routines, high-drama storylines, and over-the-top staging and effects to create a unique combination of theater and sport. While you can catch all the action on TV, there’s nothing quite like getting tickets to see this sporting spectacle in person.
Founded in 1952 as the Capitol Wrestling Corporation, the company was later acquired by Titan Sports, Inc., renamed the World Wrestling Federation, and in 2002, took on the current World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. The company has been credited with bringing professional wrestling to the international stage and making superstars out of people such as Hulk Hogan, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, The Rock, John Cena, Trish Stratus, and Charlotte. High-octane shows such as Raw, Smackdown, and Backlash continue to attract millions of fans and sell out tickets, so grab yours today before they disappear.