WWE has big plans for 2018. As first reported by Pro Wrestling Sheet, WWE is considering doing a Global Warning pay-per-view in Australia. The idea is for 2018.
The idea is to run the show in October from the Melboure Cricket Ground. The stadium holds 100,000 people. WWE previously ran a Global Warning show in 2002. It was the first WWE show since 1986 and it drew 56,734 fans.
WWE attendance has been down. In fact, the entire upper bowl of the Staples Center was tarped off for Monday Night Raw. That arena used to sell out regularly. The Global Warning show can help offset the domestic attendance revenue drop. While nothing is official, the story states that things are headed in the right direction.
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