WWE will be travelling over to Saudi Arabia later on this month for their Super ShowDown event. Amongst other matches, the show will feature a WWE Champion clash between Brock Lesnar and Ricochet.
However, it has been reported that WWE officials will be travelling over to Saudi Arabia once again in just four months time for an international multi-day tryout.
Squared Circle Sirens’ Casey Michael is reporting on Twitter that a four-day WWE tryout camp will take place in Saudi Arabia in June 2020.
No specific dates for the tryout have been confirmed as of yet, so stay tuned to WrestleTalk.com for the latest on that.
WWE will be doing a 4 day tryout camp in Saudi Arabia in June.
— ????? ??????? (@ifyouseekcasey) February 16, 2020
There is no word on if the WWE tryout in Saudi Arabia will accompany another pay-per-view in the country, so also stay tuned for updates on that.
WWE recently re-signed its deal with Saudi Arabia. The current agreement requires WWE to put on a minimum of two shows in the country every year, so it is likely that another show in June may take place.
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