WWE wraps up the 2016 WrestleMania Revenge Tour

WWE wrapped up the WrestleMania Revenge Tour in Europe yesterday with two final shows, one in Spain and one in Scotland.

The first big Euro tour of the year saw the WWE Superstars and crew visit 8 countries including a quick trip to Dubai for two days, and a total of 17 shows were held in 10 days.

This tour was hit with several problems with The Undertaker and Daniel Bryan first pulling out of the tour, then Bray Wyatt getting injured in the first leg in Italy, and then Kofi Kingston sent home towards the end as his wife was about to give birth to their second child.

Triple H came to the rescue and wrestled in different locations, mainly doing the jobs for Dean Ambrose, and Shane McMahon also did the trip appearing on Raw and Smackdown tapings in London.

Everyone has traveled back to the United States and are in Hartford, Connecticut, in preparation for tomorrow’s live Monday Night Raw.

It’s been a busy month for everyone involved as the tour started the week after WrestleMania 32 with some people not even getting a trip back home since they landed in Dallas, Texas the week of WrestleMania.

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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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