WWE Star Says ‘Strong Chance’ Of WrestleMania In UK Under Triple H

WWE Star Says ‘Strong Chance’ Of WrestleMania In UK Under Triple H WWE

There’s a ‘strong chance’ that WWE WrestleMania could happen in the United Kingdom according to a top star.

In the run-up to the London Mayoral elections, Sadiq Khan opened up about his hopes to attract WrestleMania to the capital of England.

In response, Triple H sent out a message saying “we should talk“, later clarifying this to be something he’d say to any leader wanting to host WrestleMania in their city.

Bayley discussed the possibility of a UK WrestleMania in an interview with Fraser Porter of Cultaholic, saying:

“Yeah, man. I hope it happens. And I really do think there’s a strong chance.

“I mean, look at all that we’ve been doing in the last year. Triple H wants to take over the whole world.

“We’re piece-by-piece doing it with these shows out here in our first PLE here in Scotland.”

Grayson Waller, by contrast, has been less than enthusiastic about WWE WrestleMania in London, England, specifically.

It has previously been reported that plans for WWE PLEs will probably see the ‘Big Four’ take place in the United States and Canada.

Other PLEs could be international under the new model, according to Dave Meltzer.

WWE Backlash was an international show again in May 2024 and was announced as the “largest gate of any arena show in WWE history“.

It was later reported that “Lyon Metropolis nor the region’s authorities paid a site fee for the event”for WWE Backlash.

Turki Alalshikh, the chairman of Saudi Arabia’s General Entertainment Authority, revealed that the country is currently in talks to bring WWE WrestleMania or Royal Rumble to the region.

Transcript from wrestlingnews.co.

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