WWE The Great American Bash

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The Great American Bash is an yearly summer professional wrestling pay-per-view made by World Wrestling Entertainment. It was originally made by the National Wrestling Alliance and then by World Championship Wrestling. However, according to Ric Flair in his autobiography, Dusty Rhodes invented The Great American Bash.[source?]

After the last Great American Bash by World Championship Wrestling in 2000, The Great American Bash did not happen again until 2004 and only Smackdown! superstars were on it until the 2007 event when Raw and ECW superstars joined. Something special about this pay-per-view is that anyone in the American military can see The Great American Bash for free.

Dates and places[change | change source]

Here are the dates and places where past events have been held.

Event Date City Place
The Great American Bash (2004) June 27 2004 Norfolk, Virginia Norfolk Scope
The Great American Bash (2005) July 24 2005 Buffalo, New York HSBC Arena
The Great American Bash (2006) July 23 2006 Indianapolis, Indiana Conseco Fieldhouse
The Great American Bash (2007) July 22 2007 San Jose, California HP Pavilion
The Great American Bash (2008) July 20 2008 Uniondale, New York Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
The Bash (2009) June 28, 2009 Sacramento, California ARCO Arena

Other websites[change | change source]