WWE’s tour of Europe finishes off today with two live events, one in Minehead, England, at the Butlins Arena and one at the Wiener Stadthalle Halle D, in Vienna, Austria. The tour kicked off on November 6 in Belfast, Northern Ireland, and WWE Superstars and Divas traveled across nine different
The next time WWE tries to conquer Europe will be in May 2014, a change from the usual post-WrestleMania April tour. Eight events have so far been announced starting in mid-May, with more to be added in cities across the continent. Those events which have been announced already are May
Television tapings this week will be done from Manchester, England, at the Phones 4U Arena, formerly known as the MEN Arena. Both RAW and Smackdown tapings will be held at the same location today and tomorrow as well as other tapings that are usually done prior to the big shows.
Tomorrow, WWE Superstars and Divas will start a very hectic 11 day tour of Europe which will see them perform in 19 live events across 9 different countries. The tour kicks off on November 6, at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast, Northern Ireland and then they move to Dublin, Ireland,
Former WWE champion John Cena will be going on the road with his co-workers for the upcoming European tour in November to do special appearances. Cena has been out injured since the day after SummerSlam and underwent elbow surgery, putting him on the sidelines for four to six months. WWE
The WWE live event which was scheduled for November in Spain has been called off by the company with no official reason given. The two live events were supposed to happen on November 7 and November 8 in Barcelona and Madrid respectively but a simple announcement on the official WWE
WWE will wrap up its long European tour tomorrow with one final event in Germany before heading home for RAW and Smackdown tapings in Columbus, Ohio, and Detroit, Michigan, on Monday and Tuesday. Today two shows were held, with the Smackdown brand in Mannheim, Germany, and RAW in Lodz, Poland.
RAW and Smackdown Superstars and Divas will embark on the yearly post-WrestleMania unforgiving tour of Europe, with 12 days on the road and a total of 22 consecutive shows. The tour will take the WWE crew to 12 different countries – Netherlands, Ireland, France, Switzerland, England, Belgium, Russia, Poland, Italy,
W-O reader Mark Roda attended the live WWE event in Lisbon, Portugal, yesterday and sent in the following results: Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara defeated Prime Time Players; R-Truth defeated El Local (Ricardo Rodriguez); Wade Barrett defeated Justin Gabriel; Kaitlyn defeated Natalya; Randy Orton defeated Alberto Del Rio; Jack Swagger
WWE Superstars and Divas wrapped up a very long and tiring European tour which spanned over a period of 11 days. In 11 days, the RAW brand performed 11 shows while the Smackdown brand did 9, with 20 shows in total including two television tapings in Birmingham, England. The tour
W-O reader Ian Hamilton attended yesterday’s Smackdown live event in London, England, and sent in the following results: Sin Cara defeated El Local; The Usos defeated Prime Time Players; Kaitlyn defeated Natalya; Randy Orton defeated Alberto Del Rio; Wade Barrett and William Regal defeated Ted DiBiase and Johnny Curtis; Kofi
Here are the results from yesterday’s RAW non-televised event from Manchester, England. Brodus Clay and Santino Marella defeated Epico and Primo; Michael McGuillicutty defeated Tensai; Eve defeated Layla and AJ in a triple threat match; John Cena defeated Dolph Ziggler; Antonio Cesaro defeated Zack Ryder; Kane and Daniel Bryan defeated
WWE Superstars, Divas, and crew will start a painful 11-day, 20-event European tour today which will take them to 10 different countries. The RAW brand will have a total of 11 shows across five countries while the Smackdown brand will do 9 shows across seven countries. Both RAW and Smackdown