Big news of fans of WWE in the UK, as it has emerged that WWE is planning on holding a huge pay-per-view in Britain next year.
WhatCulture is reporting that WWE is planning on holding a huge pay-per-view event in the UK in September 2022.
This would be the first time WWE has held a pay-per-view in the UK since the Insurrextion pay-per-view in June 2003, which was main evented by Triple H and Kevin Nash.
A source has informed us that WWE currently has plans to run a major PPV in the UK next September.
It seems like this is going not just a standard WWE pay-per-view, as the report notes that Vince McMahon is targeting an audience of around 90,000 fans for the show.
This means the likely destination for the show will be Wembley Stadium in London, the home of the iconic SummerSlam 1992 show:
Not just that, but Vince McMahon's sports entertainment juggernaut is looking to make this a stadium show and is targeting an attendance of somewhere in the region of 90,000 fans if possible.
The pay-per-view would also reportedly be coupled with a fan event that weekend, and a taping of Monday Night Raw the following week.
Drew McIntyre has spoken several times throughout the last year or so, including at the WWE Live Events in the UK this week, about his desire for WWE to hold a major show across the pond.
Of course, the planned pay-per-view is still several months away, so it'll be a long time before WWE officially announces anything.
WWE just wrapped up a four-event tour of the UK this week, putting on shows in Cardiff, Newcastle, Glasgow and London.
WWE is set to return to England in November, with the company announcing a much bigger eight-show tour for later on this year.
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