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WWE Tickets

As the world's largest professional wrestling company, the WWE has a loyal group of fans. WWE tickets enable spectators to enjoy a unique form of sports entertainment filled with pow and wow!

WWE Tickets: Historical Overview

For many years, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) was known as the World Wrestling Federation (WWF).  In the early eighties, the WWF was formed by Vince McMahon. While various professional wrestling organizations had been established up to this time, McMahon was able to emerge as the most noted promoter in the business. As cable television was just taking off, the WWF was able to draw plenty of viewers. The WWF played to packed arenas throughout the country as well.

Each year, McMahon held a WrestleMania pay-per-view event to serve as his vision of the "Super Bowl" of pro wrestling. Several star wrestlers became notable sports personalities in the eighties while competing in the WWF. Hulk Hogan and Andre the Giant were at the top of the list.  More recently, Stone Cold Steve Austin and Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson have been marquee wrestlers for McMahon.

Following a trademark lawsuit from the World Wide Fund for Nature, the WWF became the WWE in 2002.

Today, McMahon's organization is still going strong with sold-out shows and solid television ratings on major cable outlets.    

WWE Tickets: Memorable Highlights

The early WrestleMania events in the mid-eighties certainly provided some memorable highlights for wrestling fans. The first WrestleMania was held at Madison Square Garden in 1985. With special guest referee Muhammad Ali, Hogan and Mr. T won a tag team match over Roddy Piper and Paul Orndorff to conclude the initial WrestleMania.

In 1987, the event really took off. Over 93,000 fans packed into Detroit's Silverdome for WrestleMania III. In addition, several million more spectators watched the action on pay-per-view. After 11 preliminary matches, the main event featured a battle between Hogan and Andre the Giant. The former allies had become rivals heading into the bout following Andre the Giant's "betrayal" of Hogan. For the WWF Championship, Hogan gained revenge against Andre the Giant.

In 1999, Austin was able to defeat Johnson to highlight WrestleMania XV. In the most recent WrestleMania, the Miz won a main event matchup against John Cena for the WWE Championship in April of 2011.

WWE Tickets: 2011 Schedule

For the remainder of 2011, there will be many WWE events at arenas throughout North America. WWE tickets are always in high demand, with the fan base still going strong decades after the start of WWE mania. 

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