This is a region in the United States of America.
- Centerpiece Bridge – Small - Centerpiece Bridge in South Carolina was built in the 70s, and is known for having some of the harshest fans around.
- Delaware Auditorium – Tiny - The Delaware Auditorium has been packing a thousand people in to see wrestling since the late 1960s, and shows no signs of stopping yet.
- Isaak Road Arena – Big - The Isaak Road Arena is a very popular venue in Maryland, famous for its oddly sloping roof.
- Maryland Wood – Very Big - Maryland Wood is the country's top tennis venue, but has also hosted wrestling in the past.
- North Carolina Biker Museum – Very Small - Primarily North America's finest collection of motorbike-related items, the North Carolina Biker Museum also contains a venue for events, and has hosted wrestling shows in the past.
- Rowland Stadium – Enormous - Home to the North Carolina Rhinos, the Rowland Stadium is a 75,000 seater venue.
- Stanley Hall – Tiniest - Located in Maryland, Stanley Hall is lucky to pack in more than a few hundred fans, but with its state-of-the-art facilities, it is a favourite amongst wrestlers.
- The J. Bomme Pentagon – huge - The Delaware Threat call this their home, a modern sporting venue with excellent acoustics. It is called the Pentagon due to its shape.
- Virginia Park Fields – Medium - Virginia Park Fields is a custom built venue for basketball games, but has the ability for seating to be added to the court so that it can host concerts and also wrestling shows.