In a big news for wrestling fans, WWE has officially announced the dates for its India tour. One of the biggest wrestling events of the world is all set to make it’s India comeback in style. Last year, the WWE India tour took place in January and WWE India Tour 2017 dates have been fixed for December 8 and 9.
In a big news for wrestling fans, WWE has officially announced the dates for its India tour. One of the biggest wrestling events of the world is all set to make it’s India comeback in style. Last year, the WWE India tour took place in January and WWE India Tour 2017 dates have been fixed for December 8 and 9. The event will take place at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi. This WWE Live India tour will be a part of RAW branded event and feature all the big names of the wrestling fraternity.
The tickets for the event are now available on Book My Show. As per the details available on the website, this year’s tickets have been priced between Rs 1,699 to Rs 34,999. The website also stated that this year’s tour will boast a roster of top WWE superstars with names like Sasha Banks, Braun Strowman, Dean Ambrose, The Miz, Roman Reigns, Alexa Bliss, Seth Rollins and much more. The major attraction for the fans would be the famous Indian wrestler and current WWE Champion Jinder Mahal who will also be a part of WWE India tour 2017 and will be adding another level of excitement for pro wrestling in India.
WWE, World Wrestling Entertainment, is one of the world’s most popular and followed sports & entertainment in the world. The spectacular stunts and storylines surely promise power-packed performances and with the increased prominence of the sport in the country, the Indian tour is expected to be a big hit. Last year, WWE did an India tour in January 2016 with shows in Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru. Prior to that, WWE had landed in India in 2002 – with the show being branded as RAW tour of India.
— WWE (@WWEIndia) October 9, 2017
The speculation about a new WWE India tour was fueled when WWE star Triple H visited India in the capacity of WWE’s Executive Vice President of Talent, Live Events and Creative. “Been a while since I’ve been in India…. immediately remembered why I love it. Thanks for the warm reception @WWEIndia,” he wrote on Twitter before sharing another tweet with his entry at the hotel. “Landed in Mumbai and was warmly greeted. A beautiful country with wonderful cultures, excited for my visit. @WWEIndia,” Triple H had posted.