WWE sets to break the seven-year drought with the launch of an exciting “new event”

WWE, the number one wrestling promotion in the world, has evolved into an international phenomenon since 1980. World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) regularly hosts premium live events in foreign countries every year. This time, the Stamford-based company is breaking a seven-year-long wait.

A few months ago, it was announced that WWE would return to Europe for the Bash In Berlin event in Germany. WWE TV broadcasts in more than 180 countries and reaches 1 billion homes worldwide, but this marks their live performance in a European country after a significant hiatus.

WWE to host two major events in Europe this summer of 2024

WWE is all set to start its tour in Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands. It will be the first event in Stuttgart in two years, Brussels in five years, Frankfurt and Oberhausen in six years and Rotterdam in seven years.

The event will include WWE stars such as ‘The Ring General’ Gunther, ‘The EST of WWE’ Bianca Belair, ‘Phenomenal One’ AJ Styles, ‘The Megastar’ LA Knight, ‘The Almighty’ Bobby Lashley, ‘Headlock Master’ Kevin Owens, Jimmy Uso, and ‘Tribal Heir’ Solo Sikoa.

WWE fans from Rotterdam will get to experience the magic of wrestling face-to-face after 7 years. The fans have already expressed their love for the sport and what it entails for them.

Although superstars like, ‘The Tribal Chief’ Roman Reigns, ‘The Architect’ Seth Rollins, and ‘The People’s Champion’ the Rock, are not listed among the possible attendees, fans are still hyped for the upcoming event in August.

WWE announces five stops leading up a tour of “Bash in Berlin”

WWE is scheduled for five spots before the ‘Bash in Berlin’ event. According to information from WWE’s official website, the company will be in Germany, Belgium, and the Netherlands. Germany has three events set up and the remaining have only one event planned.

Sunday August 25 – Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam, Netherlands (www.greenhousetalent.com)

Monday August 26 – Forest National in Brussels, Belgium (www.greenhousetalent.com)

Tuesday August 27 – Rudolf Weber Arena in Oberhausen, Germany (www.livenation.de)

Wednesday August 28 – Porsche Arena in Stuttgart, Germany (www.livenation.de)

Thursday August 29 – Festhalle in Frankfurt, Germany (www.livenation.de)

The immediate premium event before ‘Bash in Berlin’ is the ‘Money in the Bank’ pay-per-view in Toronto. Recently WWE has been preparing for the WrestleMania 40 event at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia.

Following that, the next premium event is Backlash in Lyon, France. It is still not confirmed which WWE star will make a guaranteed appearance; however, fans are hoping to see the majority of them attend the event to ensure the tour’s success.

What do you think about WWE hosting major events in Europe this summer of 2024? Let us know your thoughts on it in the comment section below!

Anil Chowdhury

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Anil is a wrestling sports enthusiast who has been watching the sport for 15 years, his love for the sport started through watching and admiring WWE superstars like John Cena, Randy Orton, and Undertaker. As a WWE news writer, he provides timely and insightful coverage of events, matches, and developments within the world of professional wrestling. With a passion for the sport, he aims to deliver engaging and informative content that resonates with fans and keeps them updated on the latest WWE happenings.


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