They’re international. WWE is the biggest and most powerful wrestling promotion in the world with events taking place around the globe. The company has been expanding into different locations in recent years, many of them international. It can mean a lot when a new location lands a show and now we are going to be seeing WWE in another country for the first time in a good while.

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WWE has announced that they will be returning to Australia for Elimination Chamber at Optus Stadium in Perth, Australia on February 24, 2024. The stadium is the third largest in the country with a record capacity of over 73,000 for a concert and a normal capacity of 61,000-65,000. There have been no matches or wrestlers announced. This will be WWE’s first major event in Australia since Super Showdown in October 2018.

WWE has been to Australia before. Check out some of their time there:

Opinion: This is something that WWE has been doing more often lately and that is a great thing to see. There are all kinds o places around the world that would love to host a WWE event and Australia is as good as any. It opens up a large group of fans who rarely gets to see any major live wrestling and that is always a good thing. Now just make the show good and everything should be fine.

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