The venue will be the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium in New Delhi for both nights. John Cena and Big Show are headlining those events as of this writing. Those events will be the first time in thirteen years that WWE has held an event in India.
The WWE Network just launched this past week in the country. WWE is most likely going to broadcast those shows on the WWE Network.
Daniel Bryan as at a press conference in Lindia alongside other Ten Sports representatives to promote the events this January.
WWE released the showing statement on this news:
WWE, Ten Sports bring WWE Live to India this January
NEW DELHI — WWE Live will return to India with two Live Events in New Delhi at the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium on Friday, 15 Jan. and Saturday, 16 Jan., 2016.
A limited number of tickets will be available through a pre-sale from Wednesday, 4 Nov., at 1 p.m. IST through Saturday, 7 Nov., at 11:59 p.m. IST. Remaining tickets will go on-sale beginning Tuesday, 10 Nov. at 12 p.m. IST. All tickets will be available online at in.bookmyshow.com. Ticket prices start at INR 1,699.
“WWE is delighted to return to India to bring its fans energetic, larger-than-life, live entertainment,” said Gerrit Meier, WWE President, International. “Fans can expect to see the same non-stop action and family fun that they know and love from watching WWE programming, including WWE Raw and WWE SmackDown on Ten Sports Network.”
“Ten Sports Network has been bringing WWE programming to fans in India for more than a decade,” said Rajesh Sethi, Ten Sports Network CEO. “We are excited to build on this partnership with WWE to bring live events to the fans.”
WWE programming in India, including WWE Raw, WWE SmackDown, WWE Main Event, WWE NXT, Total Divas, and monthly pay-per-views such as WrestleMania and SummerSlam, air on Ten Sports Network.
*Talent line-up is subject to change.