Across the sea. WWE is the biggest wrestling company in the world and is truly an international promotion. You will regularly see WWE going around the world to showcase their talents wherever they can, which leads to a variety of interesting shows. Now one of the bigger shows of the year is going overseas for the first time ever to really give the fans a treat.

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WWE has announced that Money In The Bank 2023 will take place on July 1 at the 02 Arena in London, England. This will be the first time that a traditional WWE premium live event will be held in England since Insurrextion 2002. This comes after WWE presented the Clash At The Castle premium live event in Cardiff, Wales, the first such event in Europe in over thirty years.

WWE has hit London before. Check out some of its time there:

Opinion: This is one off those cool things that you do not see WWE do very often and it makes for a special moment. There are a lot of fans in the United Kingdom who do not get to see this level of wrestling very often and the idea of WWE going overseas for a pretty important show is a good sign for the future. I could go for more of these shows overseas and it seems WWE might be able to also.

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