For the first time ever, Chicago is set to host WWE Survivor Series in 2019.
Right off heels of last night’s exciting marquee matches at Survivor Series 2018, WWE has announced that its second longest running Pay Per View will emanate from the Allstate Arena next year.
Not only will WWE be in town for just for the 33rd edition of the historical event, but the Windy City can surly be dubbed “Survivor Series Weekend” come next November. That’s right, there will be 4 consecutive nights of action at the Allstate Arena, kicking off with WWE SmackDown Live airing on Fox on November 22, 2019.
- SmackDown Live – Friday, November 22nd
- NXT TakeOver – Saturday, November 23rd
- WWE Survivor Series – Sunday, November 24th
- WWE Raw – Monday, November 25th
On sale dates, plus travel packages information will be released in early 2019.
This will be the third “Big Four” Pay Per View the city of Chicago has hosted. Over the years, Chicago has hosted three WrestleManias – WrestleMania 2, 13, & 22 and 1994’s SummerSlam. Now that Survivor Series is set to make its debut in the city, this only leaves the Royal Rumble left.
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