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Titan Towers is an office building located in Stamford,
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. It serves as a global
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for the American professional wrestling promotion, World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc. (WWE). While the interior is not accessible to the general public, WWE fans and visitors frequently visit or view the exterior of Titan Towers on a regular basis.


Overview

Built in 1989-1991, the building consists of four stories of office space and four levels of parking. The building was opened on May 13, 1991. Though the building originally had only one flagpole with the
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, it later housed a second flag that featured the company's logo on a black background. The main exterior logo has also changed over the years. Prior to the construction of the Titan Towers, the offices of Titan Sports, Inc., the parent company of the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), were housed in the 1055 Summer Street building just 2 km away. On September 7, 1995, the rooftop of Titan Towers was used for one of the scenes of the opening intro of '' WWF Monday Night Raw''. This scene featured
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and several other wrestlers. In 1999, Titan Towers was featured in a 30-second television commercial that consisted of
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during
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. That same year, on the June 14 edition of ''Raw is War'', Austin took a
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role as CEO overseeing day-to-day operations within the WWF. During the August 21, 2006 episode of ''Raw'',
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defaced Titan Towers by the "DX" logo on the building with green spray paint. In the build-up to Extreme Rules in 2013,
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visited Titan Towers on May 13 in which they vandalized
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's office and attacked nearby employees of WWE. On March 20, 2019, the company announced they will sell Titan Towers, and relocate their headquarters to 677 Washington Boulevard in Stamford, Connecticut by 2021. During the
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, Titan Towers began to be used as an alternative location for selected matches during
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);
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's "Firefly Fun House" match between
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and
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was filmed at Titan Towers using props and set pieces in storage, while WWE announced that the two eponymous ladder matches at Money in the Bank would take place on its premises, with the participants needing to make it to the rooftop in order to locate the Money in the Bank briefcase.


References

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