WWE down under? To say WWE is a global promotion is an understatement. At the moment, the roster is over in Abu Dhabi before heading to India later in the weekend. This is in addition to occasional shows in Asia, Canada and Mexico. There’s one major area where WWE rarely goes but that might be changing in the coming year.

According to Pro Wrestling Sheet, WWE is considering running a pay per view in Australia in 2018. The show, potentially called “Global Warning II”, would be a sequel to the original “Global Warning” in 2002. The show would be held at the Melbourne Cricket Grounds which holds over 100,000 people.

WWE is no stranger to Australia.

WWE Superstars and Divas take over Australia with Live Event Action

Opinion: Cool. There’s something really fun about having these huge shows in different places. If nothing else it’s nice to see the fans in these other countries getting something a little better than just a run of the mill house show. They could do something good here with the show and even if it’s just a really amped up house show, it should do its job quite well. Hopefully it even airs on the Network.

Would you like to see this show on the Network? Which country should get such a special next? Let us know in the comments below.


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