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The first episode of "WWE Smackdown" aired on August 26, 1999. "WWE Smackdown" is the second-longest-running weekly episodic television program in history behind only "WWE Raw."


As of 2015, some of the most popular WWE wrestlers seen on the company's weekly "Smackdown" broadcast include John Cena, Brock Lesnar, Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens and Roman Reigns. The company no longer has its roster split between the "Raw" and "Smackdown" broadcasts as it once did.


The WWE, an acronym for World Wrestling Entertainment, is the United States' highest level of professional wrestling. WWE matches are not considered as legitimate as other sporting events, but rather a source of entertainment and showmanship.


The easiest way to see the results for the latest WWE Raw matches is to visit the official WWE website. From the home page, scroll over the Shows tab at the top of the page, and select RAW from the drop-down menu.


Some of the most notable World Wrestling Entertainment pay-per-events include "Royal Rumble," "WrestleMania," "SummerSlam" and "Survivor Series." While there are many other events held each year, these four are the longest running in the league's history.


The fastest way to contact the WWE is via the contact form links on its website. The organization also has a mailing address: WWE Corporate Headquarters, Attention: (department name), 1241 East Main Street, Stamford, CT 06902.


Some online WWE games include "Slam City Launch" and "Type or Tap." These games are available to play online for free via the official WWE website, WWE.com, and WWESlamCity.com, respectively.


The websites of World Wrestling Entertainment, WWE.com, and the professional wrestling online news magazine Wrestling-Edge are both sources of WWE updates. The WWE also maintains official Twitter handles, and official WWE tweets often reference breaking WWE news, events and stories.


Join the WWE by first attending wrestling school. Move to Florida, get booked for matches, and get noticed by a top independent promoter. You must be at least 18 years of age to join the WWE.


WWE has highlights from its weekly live programs "WWE Monday Night Raw," "Thursday Night SmackDown!" and "WWE NXT" in addition to clips from WWE Network shows and short original content available on WWE.com and the WWE YouTube channel. Edited "RAW" replays are available to Hulu Plus subscribers each