By now we all know very well that from next July 16th, WWE will be officially back on the road, after the global pandemic, starting with the blue show, SmackDown. After receiving the first taste of "normality" in Wrestlemania 37, the Stamford-based company has planned everything to allow their athletes to travel again from city to city involving their beloved WWE Universe.
After July 16, we obviously have Sunday July 18 with Money In The Bank, which will kick off the PPV live again, to get to another Big 4 that will host the public, Summerslam, which seems to be the real Wrestlemania of this year, with a possible epic card.
Summerslam we know that it will take place on August 21, exceptionally on Saturday instead of Sunday, in Las Vegas at the Allegiant Stadium, after weeks of rumors before the officialization of the venue. But finally we also have a date for the next pay-per-view, that is Extreme Rules, which last year was really special, so much so that the company came up with the term "Horror."
According to WWE's official website, Extreme Rules found a home at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio on September 26, which is a Sunday, so it's back to classic PPV day.
Where will Extreme Rules take place?
Tickets will go on sale starting July 16 for Extreme Rules.
In addition, in the same announcement, the company of Vince McMahon, has inserted other dates for the tour, very positive news for all fans in the United States, who will finally be able to return to enjoy live wrestling matches.
The dates, which are 11, include some cities in the following states: Washington DC, Augusta, Georgia, Raleigh, North Carolina, Boston, Massachusetts. Probably other dates will also come out that will extend this tour that has not yet started, but already seems really epic, like the one announced also by AEW.
It has never been so good to be a wrestling fan and feel that warmth that only arena choirs can give you. The Real Americans were the team of Cesaro and Jack Swagger, formed by Zeb Colter in the Summer of 2013. During that period of time, Zeb Colter was a manager which shared his advocation of anti-illegal immigration beliefs.
Along with his client, Jack Swagger, they would develop the catchphrase "We... the people!" and refer to Jack Swagger as a "Real American" Whilst Swagger was out of action with a hand injury in 2013, Colter would turn his attention to Cesaro.