WWE announces date and place of Extreme Rules



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WWE announces date and place of Extreme Rules

In a statement on its website, WWE announced that the Extreme Rules 2022 premium live event will take place on October 8, 2022, at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia. STAMFORD, Conn., June 13, 2022 - WWE (NYSE: WWE) announced today that WWE Extreme Rules will take place on Saturday, October 8 live from the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.

The premium live event will be broadcast live exclusively on Peacock in the US and WWE Network everywhere. Tickets for WWE Extreme Rules will go on sale Friday, July 15 at 10 AM ET via wellsfargocenterphilly.com. For more information on registering for presale opportunities, please visit wwe.com/extreme-rules-presale-2022.

The WWE Extreme Rules Priority Pass, which allows fans to access WWE like never before through immersive VIP experiences that include premier seating, a dedicated arena entrance, premium hospitality offers and meet & greets with superstars and WWE Legends, can be purchased starting this Friday, June 17 through WWE's Exclusive Partner On Location at onlocationexp.com/wwe or by calling 1-855-346-7388."

New details on Extreme Rules

Tickets for Extreme Rules range from 53 USD to 503 USD per ticket (exclusive of taxes) and are available on ticketmaster.com. In addition to attending the PPV, some fans will also be able to take with them the custom Extreme Rules 2022 PPV chair they will be sitting on.

Obviously, anyone who knows the history of wrestling knows that Philadelphia was the home of ECW and one of its faces was Paul Heyman, who wanted to comment on the news: "I'm equally at home in the Wells Fargo Center as I would have been at the Spectrum.

like I was at WCW in the Civic Center and at ECW in a rundown bingo hall on the wrong side of the train tracks in Swanson and Ritner It's not about the four walls that house you, but about the audience that is inside.

There is honesty from the Philadelphia sports fan that comes through, which permeates through the television when watching these events on television. There is no bullshit from a Philadelphia audience. If they like you, they will reward you, if they don't like you and they don't like what you are presenting, their negative reaction will be enough - no pun intended - extreme.

You'll know which side you're on when you perform in Philadelphia." While Extreme Rules used to be a pre-SummerSlam PPV, the global pandemic and subsequent return of the WWE Universe caused plans to change, with this year's Hell in a Cell PPV taking place in June and Extreme Rules being pushed back until now.