WWE Live announces 2019 tickets and schedule
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The WWE has announced this year's WWE Live schedule, featuring some of the biggest names in wrestling live and in person, and wrestling fans can get tickets to a number of events around the world starting April 24 here at AXS.

WWE is a global phenomenon, and the 2019 schedule of shows reflects that. The company starts with a massive European tour including 17 shows in the first 18 days of May, before arriving in the United States on May 27 at Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri. U.S. shows continue in June, with one Canadian stop in Winnipeg at Bell MTS Place on June 14. The biggest wrestling storylines of the year will literally be unfolding throughout the world, and fans now have the opportunity to be there as champions fall, new winners rise, and of course plenty of drama ensues.

Recent highlights have included a confrontation between Becky Lynch and Lacey Evans, Robert Roode taking on a whole new character, and the utter chaos of trying to sort out a Universal Title champion out of a half-dozen challengers. You can play the video above to see which six WWE Superstars laid claim to a piece of the Universal Title; that's just one of the many stories the WWE has planned for 2019.

On any given night, anyone can be the hero and anyone can leave the ring in defeat, and that's what makes WWE the greatest show in sports. Mixing grand theater with colorful characters and plenty of in-ring action, there's nothing else like it and AXS has tickets to several of the year's biggest events.

Tickets to select WWE Live shows go on sale starting Thursday, April 24 through the AXS event pages linked below. Ticket prices and more information are available on each event page; select tour stops offer VIP packages to bring fans even closer to the in-ring action and give you even more of the WWE experience, including autographs, exclusive merchandise and photo opportunities! The full WWE Live 2019 schedule is available on the WWE website.

May 8 - Belfast, Northern Ireland - SSE Arena
May 9 - Brussels, Belgium - Forest National
May 9 - Dublin, Ireland - 3Arena
May 11 - Newcastle upon Tyne, England - Utilita Arena (Tickets)
May 11 - Stockholm, Sweden - HOVET/Stockholm Live (Tickets)
May 12 - Liverpool, England - M&S Bank Arena (Tickets)
May 12 - Oslo, Norway - Oslo Spektrum
May 13 - London, England - The O2 (Tickets)*
May 13 - Bournemouth, England - Bournemouth International Centre (Tickets)
May 14 - London, England - The O2 (Tickets)**
May 14 - Paris, France - AccorHotels Arena
May 15 - Birmingham, England - Resorts World Arena (Tickets)
May 15 - Magdeburg, Germany - Getec Arena
May 16 - Hamburg, Germany - BarclayCard Arena
May 16 - Sheffield, England - FlyDSA Arena (Tickets)
May 17 - Berlin, Germany - Mercedes-Benz Arena
May 18 - Cardiff, Wales - Motorpoint Arena Cardiff (Tickets)
May 27 - Kansas City, MO - Sprint Center (Tickets)*
June 1 - Waco, TX - Extraco Events Center
June 2 - College Station, TX - Reed Arena
June 3 - Corpus Christi, TX - American Bank Center
June 9 - Fresno, CA - Save Mart Center
June 14 - Winnipeg, MB, Canada - Bell MTS Place
June 15 - Denver, CO - Pepsi Center
June 16 - San Diego, CA - Pechanga Arena San Diego (Tickets)
June 16 - Salt Lake City, UT - Maverik Center (Tickets)
June 17 - Los Angeles, CA - STAPLES Center (Tickets)*
June 17 - Palm Springs, CA - Palm Springs Convention Center
Nov. 3 - Florence, Italy - Nelson Mandela Forum

* billed as WWE Raw show
* billed as WWE SmackDown show

For more on WWE, including tickets to upcoming events, visit the artist page at AXS.