WWE Hell In A Cell, Super Show-Down and WWE Evolution 2018

WWE Hell in a Cell, Super Show-Down and WWE Evolution 2018

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Global sports entertainment aka professional wrestling giant on a roll

Riding wave of success as WWE Super Show-Down in Australia approaches

WWE Hell In A Cell - September 16 (AT&T Centre - San Antonio, Texas)

WWE Super Show-Down - October 6 (Melbourne Cricket Ground - Melbourne, Australia)

WWE Evolution - October 28 (Nassau Coliseum - New York)

Renee Young joins RAW broadcast team

Shawn Michaels full expected to get involved in Australian main event as per storyline


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WWE Hell In A Cell: Roman Reigns vs Braun Strowman. Special referee: Mick Foley


The WWE is pumping out the mega events this year, fresh off appearances in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, Canada, Japan and China.

RAW and SmackDown has primarily being touring the United and Canada, with semi loaded house shows in other counties. Make no mistake, the Australian Super Show-Down this October will be fully loaded and numerous title changes have been predicated by insiders.

So, we've got WWE Hell in a Cell pay-per-view on September 16, Australia's Super Show-Down on October 6 and Evolution on October 28.

WWE has been promoting three WWE Network specials simultaneously. As various news media has been suggesting, WWE's recent four-night stint in the Barclays Center may have cannibalized early ticket sales, thereby preventing an immediate sellout of Evolution.

It's a balancing act as to what card to present in various regions, how long to stay in a city, what matches and angles to present and so on.

The WWE Network has helped stabilize their business in many regards, as numerous promotions are running around the clock, talent enjoys constant promotion as a general rule, and there's more time and opportunities to develop characters and so on. At the same time, the WWE writers, bookers, producers, the powers that be and so on have a lot of work to do every week to keep the WWE machine powering along. From a financial standpoint, customers no longer have to pay in the region of $20 to $50 per event. Most countries can get the WWE Network for approximately $9.99 per month, and free trial promotions have been running. Plus, you can cancel anytime, so you're not locked in.

The WWE received some massive cash injections in the past year including in the region of $40 to $50 million for the Greatest Royal Rumble in Saudi Arabia, and then the long term deals were inked with RAW - USA Network and the even bigger SmackDown - FOX Sports.

There's buzz that Australia's Melbourne - State Of Victoria government game a number of financial incentives to the WWE for the tour, however the specifics are under wraps.

Wherever you are in the world, its a great time to be a sports entertainment (professional wrestling) fan. Let's hear it for Hunter, Vince McMahon, Stephanie McMahon and co. They are doing a great job. There's lot of variety in the type of matches and stories being presented in the WWE and beyond, and certainly the future of the WWE and industry as a whole is looking great.

For many WrestleMania season has started early. Snap up your tickets, log on to the WWE website and network and cheer on your favorite heroes and villains. Roman Reigns, John Cena, Rousey, Strowman, AJ Styles and co. all want to hear you. Cheer or boo - just make some noise fans.


Vince McMahon's announces the historic WWE Super Show-Down to take place in Australia. Click here for multimedia



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Triple H announces Australia's WWE Super Show-Down on Oct. 6

Triple H takes on The Undertaker for the last time ever at WWE Super Show-Down


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Renee Young has joined the RAW broadcast team and is going great


WWE RAW announcing team: Renee Young, Michael Cole and Corey Graves



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