Just because the WWE has a system where they are able to switch arenas at a weeks notice does not mean they should have switched arenas. Especially since they had the first contract. While the financial damage caused to the WWE will remain in the gas/hotel booking levels this time, it might have been alot worse had they not found another arena out west that was large enough and available on a Monday. Remember, they have obligations to film a show for the evening timeslot on USA network on every Monday of the year. The majority of those shows being live. WWE started to book this arena for the show in August 08. That sorta tells you that with four shows to shoot a week not counting pay-per views during the month and other events they put on at house shows and such that messing with their schedule one week prior to their event is rather stressful as I'm sure it would be for other major entertainment companies. WWE might get one segment worth of jokes from this and one shows worth of publicity, but ultimately people will forget about this after tonight. However, in a country full of arenas where this sort of thing happens more on local levels and not on this scale, it's better if WWE takes legal action against the Pepsi Center to make sure owners do not feel empowered to kick contracts to the side so easily.