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WWE starts second long European tour of 2017 tomorrow

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WWE will start their intense, but very profitable, European tour tomorrow night, taking the Superstars and crew across 8 countries in 12 days for a total of 22 shows.

The tour starts on November 1 in Glasgow, Scotland at The SSE Hydro. On November 2 in Dublin, Ireland at the 3Arena and in Brighton, England at the Brighton Centre. On November 3 in London, England at The SSE Arena Wembley and in Aberdeen, Scotland at the BHGE Arena. On November 4 in Barcelona, Spain at the Palau Sant Jordi and in Minehead, England at the Butlins Arena. On November 5 in Madrid, Spain at the Wizink Center and in Cardiff, Wales at the Cardiff Motorpoint Arena.

The second week of the tour kicks off on November 6 in Manchester, England at the Manchester Arena for Raw television tapings and in Lisbon, Portugal at the Tampa Pequeno. On November 7 in Manchester, England at the Manchester Arena for Smackdown television tapings and in Birmingham, England at the Barclaycard Arena. On November 8 in Dortmund, Germany at the Westfalenhallen and in Leeds, England at the First Direct Arena. On November 9 in Leipzig, Germany at the Leipzig Arena and in Nottingham, England at the Capital FM Arena. On November 10 in Hamburg, Germany at the Barclaycard Arena Hamburg and in Milan, Italy at the Mediolanum Forum. On November 11 in Mannheim, Germany at the SAP Arena and in Padova, Italy at the Kioene Arena. The last stop of the tour is on November 12 in Florence, Italy at the Nelson Mandela Forum.

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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