If true then this is quite a big sign that the UK might finally be getting a big show again. It could be that WWE feels with it's UK fanbase, it could sell out a big mega-show that they can still tape so it might not neccesarily be a PPV.- WWE officials will be meeting with officials from the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales on Friday about the idea of doing a mega-show, perhaps a pay-per-view event from there. The Stadium holds around 75,000 fans.
WWE hasn't held a worldwide pay-per-view from the UK since the 1992 SummerSlam. WWE officials have also met with representatives from a stadium in London as well as Old Trafford, a soccer stadium in Manchester that holds 75,000.
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Possible venues I'd imagine:
Wembley Stadium, London - 90,000 (football capacity)
Twickenham Stadium, London - 82,000
Old Trafford, Manchester - 75, 765
Millenium Stadium, Cardiff - 74, 500
Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh - 67,800
Celtic Park, Glasgow - 60,832
Emirates Stadium, London - 60,355
And if WWE branched out to Ireland:
Croke Park, Dublin - 82,300
Aviva Stadium, Dublin - 65,000 (concerts)
I've always said WWE would never do a PPV over here again due to time differences but it seems odd if they're looking at big stadiums if they don't want to do something big. I don't imagine many of they stadiums are great stadiums for a wrestling event and I do think if it's held anywhere in the UK it would be in England. Wembley would be the best bet for that.