WWE ready for pay-per-view in the UK

what culture Told that WWE can bring one of its PPVs to the UK in 2022. A source informed the site that it could happen next September.

Not only that, it actually looks like Vince McMahon is trying to make it a stadium show, if at all possible, with an expected fan attendance of 90,000 people.

In addition to the PPV, the source said that these interim plans include a fan event on the weekend of the show and a Raw recording on the Monday following the PPV.

WhatCulture also informs us that the following are possible venues for the show: Manchester United’s Old Trafford, the Principality Stadium in Wales, and of course the famous Wembley Stadium.

WWE and UK

Last weekend WWE went to the other side of the world to delight fans in the United Kingdom, which was an amazing success, created with lots of excitement and ticket sales.

One of the protagonists was Drew McIntyre, who had the chance to return to his beloved Scotland, which he certainly had not seen since the outbreak of the pandemic.

These are his words before departure: “When I saw that WWE organized a UK tour, I immediately thought it was fantastic. The problem was, I’m a RAW Superstar. I was politely threatening some people to guarantee me participation in that tour. Should have. That’s exactly what I did.”

Truly the SmackDown superstars are gone more than anything else, but a place has clearly been found for the Scotsman. So also with respect to Becky Lynch, Irish, who was able to taste a little bit of wrestling in a WWE ring in front of an audience that felt like home. WWE will also return to the UK in November 2021, much to the delight of fans and athletes.

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