The Big Dog appears on ESPN's SportsCenter to reflect on his Fatal 4-Way Universal Title Match and the thrill of preforming at Brooklyn's Barclays Center at The Biggest Event of the Summer.08/21/2017 - 15:00
The 16-time World Champion's clash with the WWE Champion is interrupted by a Money in the Bank contract cash-in attempt by Baron Corbin.08/21/2017 - 14:00
Check out the GoPro Time Lapse of Sarath making Shane-O-Mac a custom referee jersey, perfect for The Biggest Event of The Summer.08/21/2017 - 12:45
Before their United States Championship Match can ever get underway, Roman Reigns and Rusev have a wild brawl at The Biggest Event of Summer.08/04/2017 - 14:15
At just 20 years old, Rhea Ripley is the youngest competitor in the entire Mae Young Classic, and she's counting on that to give her an advantage.08/15/2017 - 18:00
Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of the Broadway smash hit "Hamilton", reflects on his SummerSlam experience, working with The Rock on Disney's "Moana" and on his favorite memories as a WWE fan.08/21/2017 - 00:00
Hear the action with WWE Live Commentary Radios
If you’re heading to SummerSlam this weekend at Los Angeles’ STAPLES Center, there’s a new way to take part in the excitement. This Sunday, WWE introduces a revolutionary new radio that allows attendees of the Biggest Party of the Summer – and all pay-per-view events – to listen in on ringside commentary live with the WWE Live Commentary Radio.
If you’ve ever been to a WWE live event or any live sporting event, one major difference from watching the event on television is the lack of play-by-play commentary. The WWE Live Commentary Radio is going to change that, allowing fans in attendance to listen to the SummerSlam television broadcast featuring the likes of WWE Hall of Famers Jerry “The King” Lawler and Jim Ross, as well as Michael Cole, Booker T and Josh Mathews.
The WWE Live Commentary Radio will be available at merchandise stands on the concourse for $15 each. The radios are yours to keep and can be used as a traditional FM radio once the event has ended, and they can be used at future live events where WWE Commentary Radio is available. Supplies are limited so be sure to arrive early!