WWE officials have confirmed to us that SummerSlam Week 2019 will happen at Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Speaking of the location, the Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena will host the SummerSlam next year amongst with other events like NXT “Takeover: Toronto II,” RAW, as well as SmackDown.
Meanwhile, the officials also confirm that Metro Toronto Convention Centre will host some exciting activities, including SummerSlam Axxess fan festival. So, you can buckle up since the next year is going to be interesting. The WWE’s biggest event of the summer will be back in Toronto. Many people will also look forward to witnessing the event to happen. The organizers work with Tourism Toronto and Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment to build such a solid plan so that every fan who attends the place will be satisfied.
FYI, Staples Center has been the exclusive host of SummerSlam from 2009 to 2014. The venue has stopped Los Angeles, California for over five years. Then the officials move the site to Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, where the SummerSlam happens from 2015 to 2018. Now the big WWE event of the summer is moving to the north of the border.
Next, we are going to witness the big WWE event at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is also the host of the week’s episode of Monday Night Raw. The venue will host all four special WWE nights programming in the next year 2019. Here is the complete schedule.
- Sat., Aug. 10: NXT TakeOver
- Sun., Aug. 11: SummerSlam
- Mon., Aug. 12: Monday Night Raw
- Tues., Aug. 13: SmackDown Live
It is not the first time that Toronto becomes the place to host the SummerSlam. Back in 2004, the officials held SummerSlam in this are. It is going to cure the yearning of WWE fans in Toronto. This significant event will stop them and attend the venue to watch their favorite wrestlers.
SummerSlam is a professional wrestling PPV event. WWE has been citing this as “The Biggest Part of the SUmmer.” SummerSlam is one of the authentic “Big Four” PPV events of the WWE, along with Survivor Series, Royal Rumble, and WrestleMania. SummerSlam is also the second WWE’s biggest event, after WrestleMania.
The debut of the event was on August 29, 1988, at Madison Square Garden, New York City. Since then, SummerSlam has been one of the WWE most successful events. Since it is one of the biggest four WWE events, there is no reason for you to exclude the option out. It has also become one of the most WWF’s (and later WWE) favorites for the fans. One of the “Big Four” PPV always draws tons of attention. Alongside with WrestleMania, Survivor Series, and Royal Rumble, it is not exaggerating to consider this as the pure spectacle to watch. Meaning that you can’t miss it!
Mark your calendar and see you next year.