WWE runs a partial schedule of non-televised live events this weekend, with three shows in two days, culminating with a fourth “Supershow,” on Sunday.
The tour kicks off on Friday in Denver, Colorado where the “A-team” travels to the Pepsi Center with an advertised list of talent that includes top Superstars such as Randy Orton, Daniel Bryan, CM Punk and The Shield. A “triple main event” is advertised for the card, featuring Orton vs. Bryan, Punk vs. Curtis Axel in a No-DQ match for the WWE Intercontinental Championship and a three-team match for the WWE Tag-Team Championships consisting of The Shield vs. Tons Of Funk vs. The Miz and Kofi Kingston.
On Saturday, the “B-team” will be in Huntsville, Alabama, while the “A-team” will depart from Denver and head to Dallas, Texas for another event.
The tour wraps up on Sunday in New Orleans, Louisiana with the aforementioned “Supershow,” which will feature the rosters being combined for one final event. As previously noted, the Supershow will feature a “30-man Battle Royal,” among other high-profile matches.
Fans attending any of the aforementioned shows can feel free to send in live reports from the event to be published here on the website.