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WWE Returns to Convocation Center
WWE Returns to Convocation Center

TICKETS ON-SALE SATURDAY JANUARY 25 @ 10AM!! TICKETS START AT $15!!

WWE LIVE

ASU CONVOCATION CENTER

JONESBORO ARKANSAS

SUNDAY MARCH 9, 2014 5:00PM

WWE RETURNS TO JONESBORO FOR THE FIRST TIME IN OVER 2 YEARS ON

THE ROAD TO WRESTLEMANIA 30! 

SEE ALL YOUR FAVORITE WWE SUPERSTARS FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY!

OVER 20 SUPERSTARS WILL APPEAR UNDER ONE ROOF

FOR WHAT WILL BE ONE SUNDAY NIGHT TO REMEMBER! 

John Cena

CM Punk

Kane

Bray Wyatt & The Wyatt Family 

…and many many more! 

THE BEST VALUE IN ENTERTAINMENT!! TICKETS AS LOW AS $15! 

Card is subject to change  *  Ticket prices plus applicable fees 

Tickets:  $95, $50, $35, $25, $15

Go to tickets.astate.edu to buy your tickets!  Tickets also available at the ASU Convocation Center Box office or by calling 870-972-2781  or  888-ASU-FANS

*Ticket price does not include applicable taxes and service charges.

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