With WWE officially revealing its entire pay-per-view schedule for 2022, we now have some more information about the heavily rumoured huge show that WWE is planning to hold in the UK.
Over the last few weeks, reports have emerged indicating that WWE is going to hold a huge pay-per-view in the UK at some stage next summer, the first since 2003.
While reports suggested that the show could have potentially been SummerSlam, we now know that's not the case, with WWE announcing Nashville as the location for next year's huge show.
When announcing its pay-per-view schedule, WWE just said that a show would be taking place on either September 3 or 4 next year, with more details to be announced.
Sean Ross Sapp of Fightful is now reporting, as many people had speculated, that the September 3/4 show has been tentatively planned as the big UK pay-per-view.
Of course, WWE has yet to officially announce that, but with a tour of the UK set for next week, there's a chance that an announcement could be coming very soon.
Prior reports have indicated that the show is going to take place at the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. There is no word on if those are still the opens, or if things have changed.
This will likely be the same weekend at AEW holds All Out, but Sapp notes that due to the time difference, it's very unlikely that the two shows would be go head-to-head.
Also not listed, WWE announced that two big pay-per-views are set to take place in February and October of next year, which Sapp also notes are going to be Saudi Arabia shows.
You can find out more about WWE's plans for next year and read the entire 2022 pay-per-view schedule by clicking here.
You can watch every single WWE pay-per-view in the US on Peacock and in all other international markets on the WWE Network.News Now - Sport News