Report: AEW's Touring Announcement Not Expected To Affect WWE's Plans

WWE won't rush to get back on the road

All Elite Wrestling announced yesterday they will go back on the road in July and three Dynamite shows will be held outside of Daily's Place for the first time in over a year. The promotion plans to visit Miami in Florida and Cedar Park and Garland in Texas from July 7 until July 21. Future plans for Dynamite will also be announced in the near future. 

Recent reports noted WWE could bring their touring plans forward to get back on the road ahead of AEW, but Vince McMahon's company is sticking with their current approach according to WrestleVotes.

They tweeted: "From a few sources I've asked, it doesn't seem like AEW starting back on the road in July will impact WWE's return to touring plans. While this could change as Vince & Co like to be number 1 for these types of things, as of today, it still looks like August for them."

WWE is reportedly planning to resume touring following SummerSlam, which is currently scheduled to take place on August 22. 

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