Ready to rumble, WWE fans? Let’s dive into all the exhilarating details for the upcoming 2023 Survivor Series. Scheduled for Saturday, November 25, 2023, this spectacle promises to rock the Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois. An iconic locale for the series, the arena has hosted the Survivor Series twice before, in 1989 and 2019.
Incoming is the 37th edition of the Survivor Series pay-per-view. And it’s the first Survivor Series produced under TKO, the entity birthed from the merger of WWE and UFC. It promises to deliver a thrilling twist to the classic WWE experience we’ve grown to love.
According to WrestleTix, WWE has rolled its sleeves and expanded the seating setup for this year’s Survivor Series, striving to pack even more energy and noise into the Allstate Arena. By altering the stage configuration, it increased capacity by a whopping 2,784 seats, jumping from 12,558 to 15,342 in total. Say hello to added sections 105, 108, 205, and 208! Expect a revved-up stage setup and a crowd buzzing with anticipation.
Calling all WarGames fans! As reported exclusively by Ringside News, the Survivor Series 2023 is also set to witness the return of WarGames. The men’s match is confirmed, but whether the women’s division will see a WarGames match remains yet unconfirmed.
With only a few short weeks after Crown Jewel, the Survivor Series is expected to be a rollercoaster ride of electrifying matches. And, let’s say, the absence of CM Punk isn’t expected to affect ticket sales. Any potential alliance between Punk and WWE has been nixed, and it’s evident that their Chicago venue doesn’t need his star power to pull in the crowd.
Anticipate a packed Allstate Arena for this year’s Survivor Series as increased seating means more fans will be able to witness the action live. Undoubtedly, it’s going to be a sight to behold – a sea of excitement, with not an empty seat in sight.
Are your spirits high for the 2023 Survivor Series? We’d love to hear your predictions. The wrestling world waits with bated breath; see you ringside!