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WWE returns to New Zealand this September

WWE LIVE RETURNS TO NEW ZEALAND

Fresh from last year's sell out tour, WWE returns to New Zealand to present WWE LIVE in Christchurch on 13th September 2017.

Fans attending WWE LIVE will be able to see all their favourite WWE Superstars including Roman Reigns, Kevin Owens, Seth Rollins, Enzo & Big Cass, Tag Team Champions Gallows & Anderson, Braun Strowman, The New Day, Sheamus & Cesaro, Finn Balor, Rusev w/Lana, Women’s Champion Bayley, Sasha Banks, Charlotte and more*.

We are excited to bring WWE Live back to New Zealand” said Paul Dainty, President & CEO of TEG Dainty. “We’re also incredibly excited about returning to Christchurch, this is our first visit back since 2008 and just like last year’s sold-out show in Auckland, we promise an action-filled night that will have young and old on their feet roaring in excitement. This one-night-only show is the only stop in New Zealand in 2017, so it is not to be missed.”

This is the only WWE LIVE event in New Zealand in 2017, one night only: Wednesday, September 13th at Horncastle Arena, Christchurch.

Tickets start from $50 (+fees) and all tickets and VIP packages go on sale 10am NZDT Monday March 27 at Ticketek.

*Talent line-up subject to change

Dates:

• Wednesday, September 13, 2017 at Horncastle Arena, Christchurch

TEG DAINTY | TICKETEK | WWE.com


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