WWE 205 Live Will Present Three Standalone Shows As A January Mini-Tour


Great news for fans of the weight class featuring wrestlers Vince McMahon won’t recognize competing between the purple ropes — 205 Live is doing a mini-Northeast tour in January 2018. Last month you were thankful for Drew Gulak — this month be thankful you can catch Drew Gulak in person. And maybe Hideo Itami?

Here’s the skinny, courtesy of WWE.com:

  • Friday, Jan. 19, 2018 – Kingston, RI – The Ryan Center
  • Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018 – Lowell, MA – Lowell Auditorium
  • Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018 – Poughkeepsie, NY – Mid Hudson Civic Center

Tickets for each event go on sale Friday, Dec. 8, at 10 a.m. EST.

Wanna try and catch all three shows because you know 205 Live is underrated and you’re afraid of losing it and you want to vote with your dollars and put a butt in a seat and show your love and appreciation for these workers? Well, you should! Your trip won’t be as long as that run-on sentence, see?


This marks the first time the 205 Live brand ventures out on its own for standalone shows, and comes at an interesting time. Those WWE surveys from last week, mysteriously sent around the same time as the show celebrated its one year anniversary, quizzed fans on why they don’t watch 205 Live.

Some of the answer choices were “watching cruiserweight matches on other WWE shows is enough for me,” “not interested in a WWE Cruiserweight division,” and “WWE 205 Live slips my mind/I forget to watch.”

If you live in the Northeast and love the division, hopefully you can get out and show that watching cruiserweight matches on other WWE shows is not enough for you. Because you are interested in a cruiserweight division. And because watching WWE 205 Live when they come to your neighborhood will never slip your mind.

Tickets for each event go on sale Friday, Dec. 8, at 10 a.m. EST.

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