WWE RAW Postponed & Smackdown Cancelled

The WWE has officially announced that, due to the blizzard expected to hit the Northeast of the States, tonight’s edition of RAW (Monday, Jan 26) will be postponed to Thursday.

The SmackDown tapings, scheduled for tomorrow night (Tuesday, Jan 27),  will be cancelled altogether.

From what I understand, the show that will air on Thursday, Jan 29 will be a live SmackDown but it will have the RAW script more or less, since the people, who bought tickets for RAW, will be compensated by attending the Thursday live event.

Here’s WWE’s official announcement:

STAMFORD, Conn. – Due to the impending blizzard in the Northeast and statewide travel bans, WWE has postponed tonight’s live event in Hartford and cancelled tomorrow night’s live event in Boston; however, WWE will emanate live tonight at 8 p.m. ET from its studios in the Stamford world headquarters.

Ticket Information:

  • Hartford, Conn., XL Center: Tickets for tonight’s show in Hartford will be honored for a SmackDown event this Thursday, January 29 that will air live on Syfy.
  • Boston, Mass., TD Garden: Fans with tickets to tomorrow’s event in Boston will have the option of either exchanging tickets for an upcoming WWE event on Saturday, June 27 or obtaining a refund at point of purchase.
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2 thoughts on “WWE RAW Postponed & Smackdown Cancelled

    • DB has just come back, the fans love him and he’s in great shape. I’m sure that the WWE has something good planned for him. It’s just a shame that since the blizzard put RAW off, we’ll have to wait till Thursday to see what happens next

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