WWE Hosts Free #Wrestlemania Ticket Party at Dr Phillips Center Nov 17

The WWE is holding a Wrestlemania On-Sale Party November 17

As I mentioned yesterday, Wrestlemania 33 tickets go on sale this Friday, November 18. How would you like to get them a day early?

The WWE is holding a Wrestlemania On-Sale Party the evening of Thursday, November 17, and attendees can purchase tickets for the April 2017 event during the party.

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WrestleMania 33 Tickets on Sale to Public November 18

WrestleMania 33  comes to Orlando in 2017

Get ready to rumble! Wrestlemania 33 is coming to Orlando’s Camping World Stadium in 2017, and tickets will go on sale Friday, November 18, at 10am.

WWE’s WrestleMania is more than just a one day event; it is a week-long celebration. In addition to WrestleMania 33, other events include:

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Out and About: WWE RAW! at the Amway Center on February 16, 2015

WWE returned to a packed Amway Center on Monday, February 16, for another RAW! event that was televised to millions.

Reader and friend Clare Moore was there with her husband and were kind enough to share some photos with us:

WWE Raw at Amway Center
WWE Raw at Amway Center: Clare and her husband pose with a wrestler background

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Out and About: WWE Smackdown at the Amway Center in Orlando July 22, 2014

WWE Smackdown at the Amway Center July 22 - photo J.M. Wetherington

[Editor’s Note: This article was supposed to post prior to Friday, so the author wrote a spoiler-free recap of the Smackdown portion. However due to my cancer surgery on Tuesday, the posting schedule is a little behind. We thank J.M. for covering this event for us, and hope you enjoy his experience and photos!]

I’ve been a fan of professional wrestling since the time when the WWE was known as the WWWF (yes, three “W’s”, the World Wide Wrestling Federation), so when WWE came to the Amway Center this past Tuesday night, and I had a chance to attend on behalf of CitySurfing Orlando, I was more than happy to go enjoy the show.

The audience was treated to two shows in one because the WWE was using the first part of the program to live broadcast their regular Tuesday night show “WWE Main Event” on the WWE Network, followed by a television taping of their Friday night show “WWE SmackDown” on the Syfy channel.

WWE Smackdown at the Amway Center July 22 - photo J.M. Wetherington
Seth Rollins takes on Fandango at the Amway Center

We start off with a “dark” (non-televised) match between Adam Rose (accompanied by his entourage of rosebuds) and Damien Sandow. Sandow, whose latest gimmick is to imitate his opponents, entered the arena dressed as and acting like Adam Rose, which drew raucous boo’s from the crowd. This was a short match with Rose scoring a pin after 4 or 5 minutes of in-ring action. Rose left the ring to cheers with his rosebuds surrounding him as he walked up the ramp to the back.

We’re then joined by the Main Event announce team of Byron Saxton and Tom Phillips as they make their way to the ringside announcer’s table and the crowd is asked to make a lot of noise as we’re about to go live on the WWE Network to kick off the show.
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