WWE is on its way back to the UK, following a highly successful September tour including some sold-out dates, with WWE Universe UK being more than happy to see their idols in action after the pandemic. This time the McMahon-owned company will stay from 3 to 10 November with the following stops: November 3, Brighton, Brighton Center November 4 Sheffield, Utilita Arena November 5 Birmingham, Utilita Arena November 6 London, The SSE Arena, Wembley Supershow November 7 Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena November 8 Leeds First, Direct Arena November 9 Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena November 10 Manchester, AO Arena.
Attending the various dates will be athletes from Raw, SmackDown and even NXT, unlike the last time that, excluding Drew McIntyre, the superstars of the blue show were flying from the other side of the world.
Latest update on the new WWE UK tour
The official WWE UK profile on the various social networks is announcing the athletes who will participate in the tour and who will take part in the various matches in the card, some also very special.
Here are the athletes and the matches announced: SmackDown: Sasha Banks, Charlotte Flair, Drew McIntyre, Jeff Hardy, Natalya, Sheamus, Sami Zayn. Raw: Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair, RK-Bro, Big E, Damian Priest, Finn Bálor, Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens, Bobby Lashley, Doudrop.
NXT: Tommaso Ciampa and Walter. As a match, we have a Triple Threat between Tommaso Ciampa, Buon Breakker and Sami Zayn, with the title of NXT champion at stake, held by Ciampa, who kept it at Halloween Havoc against Breakker.
But beware that with Walter things could take an interesting turn, also because the leader of the Imperium could land in the US. In addition, in a Fatal-4-Way only in London, US champion Damian Priest will defend the belt against Finn Bálor, Seth Rollins and Kevin Owens.
Obviously, it should be noted that these superstars will split over the various dates, they will not do all of them, so excluding those announced with safe matches, the others will move differently. To stay up to date on further announcements, please follow the WWEUK profile on Instagram.
Drew McIntyre started his career in the United Kingdom so it is fitting that the Scottish star wants the United Kingdom to host another event. McIntyre was able to defeat Jinder Mahal as part of the show in London earlier tonight, before taking the mic and stating that he would make that happen if it was the last thing that he did.