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Brace Yourself: WWE is Coming To Manila This Year

Your favorite wrestling superstars will beat each other up in the Philippines in September.
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World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) is coming back to Manila for the first time in three years on September 20, 2019. WWE Live Manila will be headlined by professional wrestling superstars such as Roman Reigns, Kofi Kingston, Charlotte Flair, Finn Bálor, Asuka, Elias, Xavier Woods, Big E, Shinsuke Nakamura, Rusev, Kevin Owens, Bayley, Carmella, The IIconics and others. 

In an interview with Esquire Philippines, Wilbros Live Executive Producer Winston Llamas, who is producing the show in Manila said, "We’ve had a partnership with WWE for years and have been bringing it here to Manila every three years, the last time in 2016. Obviously WWE has a lot of fans in the Philippines."

“We are excited to return to Manila where the passionate WWE Universe can see their favorite WWE Superstars live,” said Chris Marsh, Vice President and General Manager, WWE Asia Pacific. “Our fans can look forward to experiencing another action-packed night of family-friendly entertainment that will create life-long memories.”

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WWE Live will happen at the Araneta Coliseum on September 20, 2019. Tickets go on-sale on Saturday, June 22 and will be available via TicketNet.com.ph, TicketNet hotline 911-5555 and at all TicketNet outlets nationwide.

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