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**OFFICIAL** RAW/SD UK TOUR THREAD (All Info Inside)


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http://international.wwe.com/uk.htm

 

MONDAY NIGHT RAW AND WWE SMACKDOWN! TV FROM BIRMINGHAM!

 

Don’t miss your chance to see the WWE Superstars LIVE in Birmingham!

 

Both WWE television programs will emanate from NEC Arena.

 

Be there for the non-stop action of Monday Night RAW on April 25 andWWE SmackDown! on April 26.

 

These historic events are your chance to see your favorite RAW and SmackDown! Superstars battle it out during the WrestleMania Revenge Tour!

 

Tickets go on sale Saturday, January 22, 2005 at 9:00AM.

 

Monday, 25 April, 2005 at 19:30

 

WWE presents Monday Night RAW

 

The following Superstars are scheduled to appear: Batista, Chris Benoit, Shelton Benjamin, Chris Jericho, Christian, Edge, Shawn Michaels, Eric Bischoff, Eugene, Ric Flair, Lita, Maven, Randy Orton, William Regal, Trish Stratus, Triple H, Victoria and many more!

 

TICKETS AVAILABLE:

 

N.E.C. Arena Box Office

 

On-line at: http://www.bookingsdirect.com,

 

Bookings Direct Charge-by-Phone: 0870 735 5000

 

Prices: £60, £45, £35, £25, £10 (SUBJECT TO BOOKING FEE)

 

Tuesday, 26 April, 2005 at 19:30

 

WWE presents SMACKDOWN!

 

The following Superstars are scheduled to appear: Kurt Angle, The Big Show, Carlito, John Cena, Dawn Marie, Funaki, Eddie Guerrero, John Heidenreich, John Bradshaw Layfield, Theodore R. Long, Miss Jackie, Rey Mysterio, Orlando Jordan, Daniel Puder, Rob Van Dam, The Undertaker, Torrie Wilson and more.

 

TICKETS AVAILABLE:

 

N.E.C. Arena Box Office

 

On-line at: http://www.bookingsdirect.com,

 

Bookings Direct Charge-by-Phone: 0870 735 5000

 

Prices: £60, £45, £35, £25, £10 (SUBJECT TO BOOKING FEE)

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Guest Anime Otaku
have to say that from the rosters scheduled to appear Raw is the one i'd go for if i could and i am a huge CW mark!
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Guest Slim Jim
FYI, anywhere in the NEC Arena has a great view of the ring. For the SmackDown passport to pain tour, I was block 11 row X, which is nearly at the back and the view was still excellent. So cheap seats aren't a problem.
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So do you think that wwe will have house shows then aswell as the live ones over here, coz i wouldnt of thought theyd just have them two?????
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FYI' date=' anywhere in the NEC Arena has a great view of the ring. For the SmackDown passport to pain tour, I was block 11 row X, which is nearly at the back and the view was still excellent. So cheap seats aren't a problem.[/quote']

 

Man i was Row X. Not sure of the block but it was back corner to the wrestlers right as they came out of the entrance. I could see behind the entrance. Kurt Angle popped his head out a couple times

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Guest FreeSpirit
I'll be at the NEC for both tapings as near to ringside as possible. I find it strange however that WWE have announced the tapings before any house shows though (eg who'd wanna go to a house show when they can go to to the tapings at Birmingham). Also a House show date has been annouced in Berlin already-so I expect they'll announce more European venues probably in Italy, another one in Germany and a Scandinavian country
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It's common sense to sell the TV taping tickets first. They want a packed house for the TV show. Then it doesn't really matter if the house shows sell out or not cas they'll make a packet from the merchandise and tickets for RAW and SmackDown. Plus, not everyone can make the TV shows and prefer venues closer, so you'll get packed houses for the house shows anyway.
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Guest FreeSpirit

Its far from common sense to sell the tv tapings first. WWE did the complete opposite last time and announced the house show dates in London, Sheffield, Nottingham and the two Belfast shows before announcing the tv taping dates in Manchester and effectively sold out all the events.

Although I do agree with you that not everyone can make the TV tapings and prefer venues closer to them.

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Well as far as I'm concerned, I can't see the benefit of selling the house shows out first when the prime target of the WWE is to sell out it's TV shows first and foremost. I'd rather have packed TV shows and half full house shows than vice-versa, obviously because if your TV show is half empty, it comes off awful on TV (as WCW proved in 2000). I don't know how they did it last time, so if they did sell house shows first, fair enough because they sold everything out. Me personally, I'd never take that risk, and would do everything to make sure I make the most cash from my TV shows (ie charge more for tickets, sell merchandise a little dearer etc) and get away with it when you probably wouldn't so much at a house show.
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Guest Slim Jim
When they come to the UK, I don't think it matters what they sell first as they will all sell out pretty quickly. Why do you think they are coming here?
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Guest Dickie Hyde

It is common sense to sell the TV tapings first. Not only for the reasons mentioned above but for people who may buy the house show tickets (like me last year) and then about a month later the tv tapings were announced. I ended up being pissed. They done it the right way this time.

 

I will be hopefully at both shows, as closest to ringside as possible, with my World Heavyweight Championship Belt :)

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Guest hbk fan
It is common sense to sell the TV tapings first. Not only for the reasons mentioned above but for people who may buy the house show tickets (like me last year) and then about a month later the tv tapings were announced. I ended up being pissed. They done it the right way this time.

 

I will be hopefully at both shows, as closest to ringside as possible, with my World Heavyweight Championship Belt :)[/QUote] Don't worry Rich we will be there for sure.......

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