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WWE starts its first European tour of 2017 tomorrow

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WWE starts their hectic post-WrestleMania tour of Europe tomorrow, with the Raw brand already off for their first show in Italy and the Smackdown crew leaving after tonight’s broadcast for Scotland.

In total there will be 22 shows in 12 days across 14 different countries in Europe. This tour used to start a week after WrestleMania but this year WWE altered the touring schedule to give everyone some time off before starting this very tough tour.

The tour starts on May 3 with one show at the Palalottomatica in Rome, Italy. On May 4 there are two shows, one at the Unipol Arena in Bologna, Italy, and one at The SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland.

On May 5, there’s one at the 3Arena in Dublin, Ireland, and one at the Cardiff Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff, Wales. May 6 will have one show at the Plaza de Toros de Valencia in Valencia, Spain, and one at The SSE Arena in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

On May 7, it’s one at the Liverpool Echo Arena in Liverpool, England, and one at the Coliseum da Coruña in A Coruña, Spain. Monday Night Raw will be live-to-tape on May 7 from The O2 in London, England, while the Smackdown crew will run a show at the Bournemouth International Centre in Bournemouth, England.

Smackdown will be live-to-tape from The O2 in London, England, and the Raw crew will do a show at the Zénith Arena de Lille in Lille, France. On May 10, it’s one show at the Hallenstadion in Zurich, Switzerland, and one at the Genting Arena in Birmingham, England.

Germany gets their only show on May 11 at the Porsche Arena in Stuttgart, and Sheffield, England gets its turn with a show at the Sheffield Arena. On May 12, it’s one show at the Country Hall de Liège in Liège, Belgium, and one at the Newcastle Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle, England for the last show in England.

May 13 will see one show at the Hovet in Stockholm, Sweden, and one at the Ahoy in Rotterdam, Netherlands. The final show will be on May 14 at the Royal Arena in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Colin Vassallo has been editor of Wrestling-Online since 1996. He is born and raised in Malta, follows professional wrestling and MMA, loves to travel, and is a big Apple fan!

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