We are still not over with the 30th annual Survivor Series PPV in 2017 and WWE.com came up with the announcement of the event that is set to be hosted, next year.
This is the last dual brand PPV of the year which sets the initial tone for the Wrestlemania PPV. Hence, the company does not hesitate to host this show in the biggest possible way possible.
As per the announcement on WWE’s official website, The City of Angels will be hosting the last PPV amongst the ‘big-four’. WWE will return to the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California for hosting the 31st annual edition of Survivor Series PPV.
On November 18th, the PPV will be hosted by both the brands, Raw and Smackdown. Apart from the main PPV event, there will be an NXT Takeover show in the weekend. Once both these shows get over, the same venue will get to host the Monday Night Raw and Tuesday Night Smackdown Live on November 19th and 20th. Check out the updates available on WWE.com regarding this announcement:
“WWE today announced that Los Angeles will host Survivor Series Weekend in 2018 with NXT TakeOver (Nov. 17), Survivor Series (Nov. 18), Monday Night Raw (Nov. 19) and SmackDown LIVE (Nov. 20) – all taking place at STAPLES Center over four consecutive nights.
Additional details about these events, including ticket on-sale information and travel packages, will be announced in early 2018.”
The cities that host one of these big for PPV events of the year in the WWE has to bid for the particular event, much before the actual show. WWE announces the name of the city who wins the bid, as the host city who gets the advantage of attracting viewers from all around the country who gathers to make the PPV successful.
Previously, the Staples Center had hosted the Raw-exclusive No Mercy PPV in this year. This particular arena has always been a special one in WWE schedule. They even wanted to host the Wrestlemania show, as well. But, with this announcement coming in, it is certain that Los Angeles is out of the race, for now.
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