WWE have announced a number of dates in the United Kingdom and Ireland for June 2023, with Raw and SmackDown rosters both making the trip.
Each WWE brand has been confirmed for two dates as part of the tour, with the red roster heading to Liverpool, Sheffield and Newcastle whilst SmackDown stars will be appearing in Dublin and Cardiff.
The event in Liverpool will take place on 28th June at M&S Bank Arena, whilst the Sheffield show will emanate from Utilita Arena on 29th June. The tour rounds off in Newcastle 24 hours later. On the SmackDown side, events will be held at 3Arena in Dublin on 29th June and International Arena in Cardiff on 2nd July. The return to the Welsh capital marks the first WWE event in the town since Clash At The Castle in September 2022.
On that night, Drew McIntyre challenged Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship. Despite having the support of the crowd, McIntyre was unable to pick up the victory after interference from Solo Sikoa, who was making his debut on the main roster.
Superstars currently advertised for these events are Kevin Owens, Seth Rollins, Bianca Belair, Matt Riddle, Damage CTRL, The Street Profits, Kevin Owens, Sami Zayn, The Usos, Liv Morgan, Drew McIntyre, Braun Strowman, The Brawling Brutes, Imperium and The New Day. There is also no confirmation at this stage whether additional dates will be added to the tour.
Tickets for all five events go on sale later this week, with links to each ticket site available on the WWE website.