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WWE off to Europe for 20 live events in 10 days

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 will have tapings in Birmingham, England at the LG Arena on November 5 and 6 respectively.

RAW will have events on October 31 in Strasbourg, France; November 1 in Nantes, France; November 2 in Newcastle, England; November 3 in Manchester, England; November 4 in Nottingham, England; November 5 in Birmingham, England; November 6 in Glasgow, Scotland; November 7 in Belfast, Ireland; November 8 in Dublin, Ireland; November 9 in Cardiff, Wales; and November 10 in Minehead, England.

Smackdown will have shows on November 1 in Lyon, France; November 2 in Hamburg, Germany; November 3 in Leipzig, Germany; November 4 in London, England; November 6 in Birmingham, England; November 7 in Brussels, Belgium; November 8 in Zurich, Switzerland; November 9 in Malaga, Spain; and November 10 in Lisbon, Portugal.

Everyone will be back in the United States in time for the live RAW in Columbus, Ohio, on November 12.

Colin Vassallo
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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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