The WWE World Wrestling Entertainment announced it will tour Merida and four other Mexican cities during August and December of this year.
The first show will be in Puebla in August 27, at the Centro de Espectáculos, and then comes León, Guanajuato on August 28, at the Domo de la Feria de León.
On Friday December 2, the WWE will offer a historic show at the Coliseo Yucatán, located on Carretera Mérida-Progreso Km. 14.5, Komchén, Yuc. This is the second time that the “World Wrestling Entertainment”, an American publicly traded, privately controlled entertainment company that deals primarily in professional wrestling, comes to the “White City.” There is great expectation among the population, since wrestling or “Lucha Libre” as it known in Mexico, is one of the most popular entertainment sports in the state of Yucatán and the whole country.
On December 3 and 4, the WWE will perform in Mexico City and Monterrey respectively.
Some of the wrestlers that will appear in this tour are Roman Reigns, Charlotte, Rusev, Dean Ambrose, Kevin Owens, Seamus “The Celtic Warrior” and Sasha Banks among others.
For ticket information go to http://www.boletea.com/coliseoyucatan
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