WWE News: Survivor Series 2018 location and date revealed
WWE Survivor Series 2018 plans revealed.
What’s the story?
The WWE has officially announced the date and location for Survivor Series 2018.
Additionally, WWE has also revealed the dates for all its four shows set to take place on consecutive nights over Survivor Series weekend next year.
In case you didn’t know…
Since it's inception in 1987, Survivor Series has gone on to become a fan favourite. It's one of WWE's "Big 4" PPV's and this year's show will take place in Houston, Texas.
The heart of the matter
The WWE has made it official that Survivor Series weekend in 2018 will indeed be hosted by the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.
In fact, the aforementioned venue in L.A. will play host to multiple WWE shows on 4 consecutive nights; the list of which is as follows—
November 17th—NXT Takeover
Nov. 18th—Survivor Series
Nov. 19th—Monday Night RAW
Nov. 20th—SmackDown Live
Furthermore, the WWE has asserted that additional information pertaining to ticket sales and travel packages shall be revealed early next year.
This year’s edition of WWE Survivor Series takes place at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas on November 19th.
The show features the very best of RAW and SmackDown compete against one another; representing their respective brand.
The WWE has done a tremendous job of hyping up Survivor Series 2017, and the WWE Universe would expect no less from the company for next year’s edition as well.
Honestly speaking, with WWE presenting NXT Takeover, Survivor Series, RAW and SmackDown all in L.A., it’d be safe to say that sports-entertainment fanatics will be flocking in droves to the Staples Center around this time next year.