An announcement was recently made by The WWE that they have cancelled two of their live events scheduled to take place on Sunday, November 3rd in Florence, Italy and on Monday, November 4th in Milan, Italy. The reason that was officially given by the local promoters in Italy is that it is a scheduling conflict in WWE’s Live Events Tour but it was noted that future dates for a WWE Live Event will hopefully be announced soon.
It is believed that the real reason for the cancellation of WWE’s two-day Live Event in Italy is due to the company’s return to The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia. Other dates that were also scheduled for WWE’s European Tour this coming November were reportedly cancelled as well and Friday, November 1st which was the original date for WWE’s return to The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia will reportedly be changed to another date, most likely still in November.
An official announcement on WWE’s return to The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia will reportedly be made soon. Other dates that were previously cancelled by The WWE for their European Tour in November are The November 5th event in Nottingham, England, The November 6th event in Birmingham, England, The November 8th event in London, England and The November 9 event in Minehead, England.