WWE Cancels 2 More Live Events

WWE has canceled 2 more live events due to scheduling conflicts

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WWE has canceled 2 more Live Events scheduled to take place in Italy later this year, possibly to make space for their next tour to Saudi Arabia.

The company has canceled Live Events scheduled to take place in Florence on November 3rd and in Milan on November 4rth. The given reason for the cancellation is due to a “scheduling conflict in the WWE tour.”

It’s worth mentioning here that these are not the only Live Events WWE has canceled and in recent times, the company has canceled 4 more Live Events around the same date.

The canceled events include November 5 Live Event from Nottingham, the November 6 Live Event from Birmingham, the November 8 Live Event from London, and the November 9 Live Event from Minehead.

While not confirmed, these nixed dates are believed to be related to WWE’s next event in Saudi Arabia after their recent Super Showdown event in June.

The originally planned date for their next Saudi Show was November 1st; however, Wrestling Observer Newsletter reported last week that the show was being moved to a different date.

Now with all these cancellations, it looks very likely that the event will be moved around the same date as the canceled shows and the company is expected to make an official announcement for the same soon.