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Vengeance is a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by professional wrestling promotion WWE. The inaugural event was held in 2001, taking place on December 9, 2001 and replaced WWE Armageddon for that year due to the possible insensitivity of the latter's name with respect to the September 11 attacks. The 2002 event featured the Raw and SmackDown! brands. The event was made exclusive to the SmackDown! brand in 2003 and in 2004 was made exclusive to the Raw brand. In 2007, following WrestleMania, all PPV events became tri-branded.
Vengeance took over WWF Fully Loaded's scheduled date in July 2002 and later moved to June in 2005, switching schedules with The Great American Bash. The 2007 event was promoted as Vengeance: Night of Champions and featured all WWE titles being defended. In 2008, the event dropped the Vengeance name and continued to promote as Night of Champions, later moving to September in 2010. After tentatively scheduling Night of Champions in 2011, the October-held WWE Bragging Rights was cancelled, being replaced by the event once again under the Vengeance name.
Vengeance dates and venues
|Vengeance 2001||December 9, 2001||San Diego, California||San Diego Sports Arena|
|Vengeance 2002||July 21, 2002||Detroit, Michigan||Joe Louis Arena|
|Vengeance 2003||July 27, 2003||Denver, Colorado||Pepsi Center|
|Vengeance 2004||July 11, 2004||Hartford, Connecticut||Hartford Civic Center|
|Vengeance 2005||June 26, 2005||Las Vegas, Nevada||Thomas & Mack Center|
|Vengeance 2006||June 25, 2006||Charlotte, North Carolina||Time Warner Cable Arena|
|Vengeance: Night of Champions||June 24, 2007||Houston, Texas||Toyota Center|
|Night of Champions 2008||June 29, 2008||Dallas, Texas||American Airlines Center|
|Night of Champions 2009||July 26, 2009||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||Wachovia Center|
|Night of Champions 2010||September 19, 2010||Rosemont, Illinois||Allstate Arena|
|Night of Champions 2011||September 18, 2011||Buffalo, New York||HSBC Arena|
|Vengeance 2011||October 23, 2011||San Antonio, Texas||AT&T Center|
|2001 • 2002 • 2003 • 2004 • 2005 • 2006 • 2007 • 2011|
|Night of Champions|
|2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2012 • 2013 • 2014 • 2015|