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About WWE

World Wrestling Entertainment is a globally renowned, publicly traded, professional wrestling entertainment company based in Stamford, Connecticut. The organization is the world's largest company dedicated to wrestling entertainment, with thrilling content broadcast to more than 650 million homes across the world. WWE's programming can be accessed in 25 different languages, and new episodes are broadcast 52 weeks a year. The WWE produces a unique brand of sports entertainment, which mixes choreographed wrestling routines with high-drama storylines, creating an electric fusion of dramatic theater and competitive sport. Since its inception, the WWE has amassed an enormous global fan base, with spectators keen to get their hands on cheap tickets week in and week out.

The WWE has undergone several major transformations throughout its history. The organization was first established in 1982, after Vince McMahon bought his father's business, renaming it as the World Wrestling Federation, Inc. The first decade witnessed what many have dubbed the "golden age" of wrestling, with the WWF, as it was then known, expanding rapidly in size and recruiting wrestlers that would later become some of the most famous names in the industry - figures such as Andre the Giant, "Rowdy' Roddy Piper, and of course, the one and only Hulk Hogan. The early 1980s marked the pinnacle of Hogan's career and cemented his status as one of the world's most revered wrestlers. His iconic legdrop secured him the WWE Championship title in 1984, after he used it against The Iron Sheik. The rest of the 1980s saw Hogan's celebrity skyrocket, and he became something of an American icon, with appearances on shows such as "Saturday Night Live" and "Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling," his own cartoon. Hogan's iconic status attracted droves of fans to shows each week, with countless numbers eager to grab WWF tickets.

The 1980s also featured a significant growth of the WWF franchise, with the debut of its first ever show, "WWE Superstars," in 1986. The decade also saw the introduction of a number of pay-per-view shows, including the fantastic "Survivor Series." The 1990s witnessed the premiere of the company's original cable show, "Monday Night Raw." It was first broadcast in 1993, and marked the start of a decade of change that included the introduction of a new generation of younger talent: wrestlers such as The Undertaker, Stone Cold Steve Austin, and the renowned Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson. The year 1999 witnessed another major transition for the franchise, after it was rebranded as the World Wrestling Federation Entertainment, Inc. The company underwent its final transformation in 2002, emerging as World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc - the phenomenally popular brand recognized across the world today.

In 2016, World Wrestling Entertainment remains the world's leading global wrestling company. A number of shows are broadcast every week from a variety of locations across the U.S. Eager fans continue to purchase cheap WWE tickets and attend weekly shows such "Raw" on Mondays, "Total Divas" on Tuesdays and "Smackdown" on Thursdays. In addition to weekly shows, WWE fans eagerly scramble to get cheap tickets to, big championship events such as "The Royal Rumble," "Wrestlemania" and "Summerslam." Available in more than 175 countries, the WWE also hosts its own television channel - the WWE Network - which broadcasts WWE programming 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The WWE is home to a roster of celebrated wrestlers, including the likes of Triple H, Dean Ambrose and "Divas" champion Charlotte. Their high-octane performances continue to draw in fans, ensuring that the success and glory of the WWE will continue for decades to come.

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