WWE Set To Return To The United Kingdom

WWE logo over UK flag

WWE will be back on a very European tour in 2023 as the company announces dates in the United Kingdom and France.

WWE made a splash in September when the company hosted its first stadium show on UK soil for over thirty years with Clash at the Castle emanating from the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. Over 60,000 fans packed into the stadium to see Drew McIntyre challenge Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship in the main event.

Ultimately McIntyre failed to dethrone Reigns thanks to a debuting Solo Sikoa but the show went off the air in a celebratory mood with McIntyre signing the hits with boxing star Tyson Fury.

Now WWE has announced a European tour for 2023 on social media with the company confirming it will run shows in Birmingham and Manchester in England, Belfast in Northern Ireland, and Paris in France. The shows will take place in April 2023 with tickets for the events going on sale on October 28th.

The graphic advertising the shows features Bayley, Seth Rollins, Bianca Belair, Matt Riddle, Finn Balor, and Kevin Owens but this is not always indicative of who will end up appearing.

WWE begins its latest European tour on October 30th, 2022 with shows set to take place in Glasgow, Scotland, Stuttgart and Dortmund in Germany, as well as the Swiss city of Geneva before the company heads to Saudi Arabia for Crown Jewel on November 5th.