WWE returns to live events with blockbuster 25-city tour as Smackdown and Money In The Bank kickstart fans return

WWE is officially returning to live touring as its stars prepare to perform in front of fans again.

Vince McMahon’s wrestling company announced earlier its live tour schedule is back and hitting the road from this summer.

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And they are back with a bang as WWE confirmed a 25 city run from July until September.

The big kick-off will take place with three shows in Texas – including a pay-per-view extravaganza.

The Toyota Center in Houston will stage a taping of SmackDown on July 16 before the Money in the Bank extravaganza takes place at the Dickies Arena in Fort Worth on July 18.

The following night the American Airlines Center in Dallas will host Monday Night Raw.

WWE have also stated that additional tour dates will be announced at a later date.

The exciting news of the live tours comes just over a month after WWE welcomed back fans for the very first time since the Covid-19 pandemic wreaked havoc across the globe.

WrestleMania 37 took place at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida over two nights in the second weekend of April.

Both evenings sold out, although due to the capacity being capped, just 25,675 fans were allowed in each night.


WWE have been staging their weekly shows of Raw and SmackDown plus its PPVs at its impressive ThunderDome residency.

That was first set-up in August after WWE had initially staged shows, including WrestleMania 36, with no fans or piped-noise for several months.

Now its stars can finally start looking forward to performing in front of their fans again within weeks.


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