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Quicken Loans Arena (originally Gund Arena and commonly The Q), is a multi-purpose arena, in downtown Cleveland, Ohio, United States.

Until August 2005, it was known as Gund Arena, named for Gordon Gund, a former owner of the Cavaliers, after he paid for the naming rights.

It is currently home to the Cleveland Cavaliers, of the NBA, the Lake Erie Monsters, of the AHL, the Cleveland Gladiators, of the AFL and the Mid-American Conference Basketball Tournaments.

It also hosted a portion of the first and second rounds of the 2011 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament.

Notable events

The arena was opened with a concert by Billy Joel on October 17, 1994. The Cavaliers played the first game in the arena a few weeks later.

The arena has been the site of WWF SummerSlam 1996, WWF No Mercy 1999, WWF InVasion, WWE Survivor Series 2004, several episodes of Raw, Friday Night SmackDown!, ECW on Sci Fi, and NXT. It also hosted WWE Unforgiven 2008. It also hosted the March 26, 2001 edition of WWF Raw, when Vince McMahon purchased his rival Ted Turner's World Championship Wrestling promotion.

Pay-Per-Views

Date Event Attendance
August 18, 1996SummerSlam17,000
October 17, 1999No Mercy18,742
July 22, 2001InVasion17,964
November 14, 2004Survivor Series7,500
September 7, 2008Unforgiven8,707
December 14, 2014TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs14,000
February 21, 2016Fastlane14,446

Television Programs

Date Event
March 2, 1998RAW
June 29, 1998RAW
July 4, 1998Shotgun Saturday Night
March 1, 1999RAW
March 14, 1999Super Astros
July 26, 1999RAW
July 31, 1999Shotgun Saturday Night
May 15, 2000RAW
May 20, 2000Jakked
October 19, 2000SmackDown
October 22, 2000Heat
March 26, 2001RAW
March 31, 2001Jakked
July 22, 2001Heat
March 14, 2002SmackDown
June 24, 2002RAW
June 30, 2002Heat
March 10, 2003RAW
March 16, 2003Heat
November 3, 2003RAW
November 9, 2003Heat
February 5, 2004SmackDown
February 7, 2004Velocity
November 14, 2004Heat
February 17, 2005SmackDown
February 19, 2005Velocity
July 25, 2005RAW
July 31, 2005Heat
November 28, 2005RAW
December 2, 2005Heat
July 24, 2006RAW
July 28, 2006Heat
March 20, 2007ECW
March 23, 2007SmackDown
October 1, 2007RAW
October 5, 2007Heat
March 4, 2008ECW
March 7, 2008SmackDown
September 1, 2009ECW
September 3, 2009Superstars
September 4, 2009SmackDown
May 25, 2010NXT
May 27, 2010Superstars
May 28, 2010SmackDown
March 1, 2011NXT
March 3, 2011Superstars
March 4, 2011SmackDown
September 19, 2011RAW
September 22, 2011Superstars
March 12, 2012RAW
November 14, 2012Main Event
November 16, 2012SmackDown
December 15, 2012Saturday Morning Slam
September 16, 2013RAW
September 20, 2013Superstars
January 27, 2014RAW
January 31, 2014Superstars
June 16, 2014RAW
June 20, 2014Superstars
June 15, 2015RAW
June 18, 2015Superstars
September 27, 2016Main Event
September 27, 2016SmackDown

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