WWE will return to Saudi Arabia on November 2. The McMahon company would once again host a show in the Middle East country, continuing international relations with new markets. New information suggests that this would be the definitive date chosen.
According to Dave Meltzer of Wrestling Observer Newsletter in the most recent edition of the Observer that the plans are currently to return to the country on November 2. It should be remembered that from Saudi media it was already confirmed that the sports entertainment company would return in November, despite the fact that the co-president of WWE, George Barrios, told shareholders that it would only be something annual.
However, the company would face logistical difficulties in its celebration. On Sunday, October 28, the Evolution event will be held which will only be attended by women talents. For its part, on Saturday, November 3, RAW’s costumes will have to be available to start the European tour in Spain in the events that will take place from the WiZink Center in Madrid and from the Palau Saint Jordi in Barcelona.
To all this is added the controversy that accompanies the celebration of this event. Greatest Royal Rumble, the event held last April 27 from Saudi Arabia was controversial for not being able to count on his female talent with several superstars refusing to participate in the show and with the controversy to establish business with the country.
At the moment the political panorama is more complicated with Canada and Saudi Arabia going through a stage of the conflict, although the American companies have not been affected when maintaining the country on the margin of the situation.