WWE News: Location For Survivor Series 2019 Confirmed By WWE
We are yet to get over from the 32nd annual Survivor Series show. The Staples Center in Los Angeles, California hosted the show for the first time. Barely 48 hours removed from it, WWE announced the next host venue when Survivor Series occurs. One of the most raucous places is going to get the honor to organize the event.
At this time, WWE confirmed that 33rd edition of Survivor Series will take place at the All-State Arena in Chicago, Rosemont, Illinois. The announcement came through a press release via The Chicago Tribune. Thereafter, WWE released an official statement on their website to let the fans know about it.
“WWE is so proud of our relationship with our fans in Chicago,” WWE Executive VP of Special Events John Saboor stated. “Allstate Arena, going back to when it was known as Rosemont Horizon, has been such an important partner of WWE, dating back to the ’80s.” (courtesy wrestlingINC.com)
November 24th will be the date for the next edition of Survivor Series. All-State Arena will host the entire weekend from November 22-25th. The four shows to take place are NXT TakeOver, Survivor Series, Monday Night Raw, and Smackdown Live. This is the usual schedule for any big-four PPV weekend in the WWE.
There will be a slight change in this schedule courtesy of Smackdown moving to Fox Sports, next year. The show will air on Friday nights instead of Tuesdays. Hence, the weekend will start with Smackdown on November 22nd followed by TakeOver, Survivor Series. Raw in November 25th will be the last show at the All-State Arena on that weekend.
This particular arena is quite famous to host big-time PPV events. The fans remain exceptionally vocal for any of the shows that WWE hosts here. So we expect another memorable night in the fall of 2019. We should mention that the bygone edition of Survivor Series was more than successful that came up with a packed card.
There were three Wrestlemania caliber matches as per the Champion vs. Champion lineups on the show. Brock Lesnar defeated Daniel Bryan in the main event whereas Charlotte Flair and Ronda Rousey stole the show. The fans also saw a dream match where Seth Rollins defeated Shinsuke Nakamura.
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