After presenting a custom WWE Title to New York Yankees slugger Aaron Judge, the Raw Women's Champion explains how she is the WWE equivalent of the Yankees, because she always wins.08/16/2017 - 13:30
Intercontinental Champion Edge defends his title against Chris Jericho and Batista: Courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.08/14/2017 - 15:00
As the legacy of SummerSlam grows, so do the number of milestones achieved at The Hottest Event of the Summer. Here are the 30 greatest SummerSlam moments of all time.08/10/2017 - 12:45
Turn your speakers up! Violinist Lee England Jr. and WWE music wizards CFO$ took to the streets of New York City to perform a new version of Shinsuke Nakamura's theme song in Times Square, Central Park and the Barclays Center, which will host SummerSlam 2017.08/11/2017 - 13:30
The Master of the 619 makes his WWE pay-per-view debut against Kurt Angle: Courtesy of the award-winning WWE Network.08/08/2017 - 19:15
As he readies for his WWE Championship Match against Jinder Mahal at SummerSlam 2017, Shinsuke Nakamura takes to the ocean to surf and contemplate the biggest bout of his career.08/09/2017 - 18:15
Madison Square Garden - New York, NY
Madison Square Garden is called the world's most famous arena, and it's also WWE's home away from home. Although WWE's headquarters are located in Stamford, CT, MSG has long been viewed as WWE's unofficial home. It was the birthplace of the first ever WrestleMania (as well as X and XX) and it was also the home to the first ever SummerSlam in 1989 and then again in 1991 and 1998. It's the only venue to host SummerSlam three times.
The Garden, which is also the home of the New York Knicks, has been the setting for some of the most famous moments in sports history. Knick fans everywhere will forever remember Willis Reed's heroic performance in the NBA Playoffs as he shook off a major leg injury to help guide his team to victory. The great Muhammad Ali fought Joe Frazier in one of the most memorable heavyweight boxing matches of all time at The Garden.
Even Pope John Paul II came to Madison Square Garden. And subsequently, Sinead O'Connor was booed off the stage at one of her concerts after she tore up a picture of the Pope on an edition of Saturday Night Live. Musical acts ranging from Springsteen to the Rolling Stones to Frank Sinatra to U2 have all performed at Madison Square Garden.