The WWE Live returns to the Crown Coliseum on Jan. 3 with its many Superstars: WWE Champion Randy Orton, John Cena, The Bella Twins, “The World’s Largest Athlete” and The Big Show, plus many more. If this event is like previous matches, it will be a treat for fans.
Orton beat Cena earlier this year in a Tables, Ladders & Chairs match in the main event of the TLC pay-per-view fight. Cena was set to win the match until he was pulled from the ladder he had climbed and landed face-first into a table that was in the corner of the ring. Orton ended up retrieving the two belts the two were fighting over, making him the first unified champion since Chris Jericho 12 years ago. During the last few seconds of the match, Orton’s counter-attack against Cena was to handcuff him to one of the ring’s ropes, making it easier to pull him off the ladder he was trying to climb, ultimately making Orton the current face of the WWE.
The show starts at 7:30 p.m. Fans can come join the fun as these superstars go head-to-head in some high-flying, rope-diving, chair-throwing, body-slamming action that will keep them on the edge of their seats. Tickets are $18, $28, $38, $53 and $98, and are available through Ticketmaster. Additional fees may apply and VIP Packages are also available for purchase starting at $299. With the purchase of one of two unique VIP Packages, fans get a premium ticket, merchandise and much more.
The $299 package, which is the WWE Enhanced VIP Package, includes: one floor seat, an exclusive WWE snap back cap, a limited edition event poster, a commemorative VIP ticket holder and venue parking wherever this option is applicable. The second package, which is the WWE Superstar VIP Experience Package, is $599 and includes: one premium ringside seat, a meet and greet and an autograph opportunity with the WWE superstars, a photo with the WWE Championship Title, an exclusive limited edition WWE event chair, an exclusive WWE snap back cap, a limited edition event poster, a commemorative VIP ticket holder, venue parking wherever this option is applicable and an on-site VIP concierge. For anyone who’s ever wanted to be backstage, or up close and personal with their favorite WWE Superstars — these are the packages for them.
The Crown Coliseum hosts several top-notch events each year and looks forward to WWE because it is such a crowd pleaser. Katie Mikos, director of marketing at the Crown Coliseum, noticed that not only do the fans get excited whenever their favorite WWE Superstars come to town, but when superstars are received by their fans the way the Fayetteville community receives theirs, it keeps these superstars coming back to perform for the people of this community again and again. “The thing that keeps the WWE coming back to Fayetteville is that Fayetteville is a great community that responds well to entertainment such as the WWE, and the WWE loves coming back to Fayetteville because of it,” said Mikos.
For more information, visit www.wwe.com or www.ticketmaster.com.
Photo: WWE Superstar, John Cena, giving an 11-year-old girl and her dad the VIP Experience for Hurricane Sandy Relief (Photo Credit: www.wwe.com).