WWE Looking To Hold Major Stadium Show In Australia

WWE last held a stadium show there in 2018

WWE could be returning Down Under in the near future, as there is currently talk of the company bringing a major stadium show to Australia. 

Co-CEO Stephanie McMahon made the comments while discussing the company's international plans at the Wells Fargo TMT Summit. 

McMahon brought up WWE's television deal with Australian cable channel Foxtel, before mentioning the possibility of returning to Oz by saying: 

"You look at our new deal in Australia with Foxtel, where we need to bring a stadium event to Australia as well and how are we looking at that in terms of our international Premium Live Events? How does that work in terms of our domestic strategy? How are we gonna be able to maximise our opportunities there?"

WWE have run increasing amounts of stadium shows in international territories in recent years, including various shows in Saudi Arabia (as part of the company's long-term deal with the country's General Sports Authority). 

In September, WWE ran Clash at the Castle from Cardiff, Wales, which was the company's first stadium show in the United Kingdom since SummerSlam 1992. 

WWE's last stadium event in Australia was 2018's Super Show-Down, which was headlined by the last-ever singles meeting between Triple H and The Undertaker and streamed via the WWE Network.

H/T POST Wrestling

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