AEW has announced two more House Rules live events for June, following the first show last month.
The promotion held its first House Rules house show on March 18, in Troy, Ohio.
Following the event, there was a lot of speculation about the future of AEW house shows, before the company announced that they will bring the House Rules series to Canada in July.
It has now been revealed that before then, AEW will host two House Rules events on US soil.
AEW has announced shows for June 2 and 3. The June 2 show will take place at the Cadence Bank Arena in Tupelo, Mississippi.
The June 3 show will be held at the Von Braun Center Propst Arena in Huntsville, Alabama.
Several top AEW names were in action at the March 18 show, including Jon Moxley and Claudio Castagnoli.
AEW Vice President of Talent Development Pat Buck also wrestled at this event, making his in-ring debut for the promotion.
Buck made his AEW Dark debut on the April 18 show.
You can read about AEW’s partnership for the Canadian House Rules shows right here.
AEW's Control Center just announced 2 new House Rules dates:
▪️Friday, June 2: Tupelo, Mississippi @ Cadence Bank Arena
▪️Saturday, June 3: Huntsville, Alabama @ Von Braun Center Propst Arena.
Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday (4/21). Presales tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/CXLVPYUISa
— WrestleTix (@WrestleTix) April 19, 2023
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