This indoor sports coliseum has seating for fourteen hundred people. Professional wrestling, boxing matches, and other blood sports are a major attraction. Channel 54 has exclusive video rights to cover events for broadcast The arena itself was originally
constructed in 1999, and named after a professional wrestler who, unknowingly, thwarted a terrorist attempt to hijack an airliner and crash dive into the White House to assassinate the
President of the United States. Piper foiled the terrorists, but died of gunshot wounds received during this heroic act
The Arena covers only the lower two floors; the rest of the twin towers of this building are taken up by assorted offices and business suites. The entire top three floors of the Sports Arena is the home of Club Atlantis, a favorite hangout for upwardly mobile corpzoners and street ronin between assignments. This expensive establishment is decorated in a disorienting style reminiscent of M.C. Echer’s “House of Stairs”: a series of antilevered stairs, angled mirrors, special effects lighting and robotic mannequins placed strategically on walls and ceilings create the optical illusion of bar patrons moving against the laws of physics and gravity. The bar itself serves a complete selection of liquors, beers, and cocktails. lt also has a multilevel dance floor and a small performance stage.