WWE doesn’t like bootleggers showing up at their events to sell merchandise. If you have ever been outside of a WWE event and offered a tour shirt by someone on the street, that wasn’t from WWE. They want to keep this from happening so WWE filed court docs.
In WWE’s attempt to stop the bootleggers, they had to submit for injunctive relief to a New Jersey court on Thursday. In these documents they revealed every single WWE main roster event for the rest of the year and into 2020. This even seems to include their international tour schedule as well.
It is pretty extensive and really puts into perspective how much time WWE Superstars are on the road. You can check out the complete list of dates below, but keep in mind that all schedules have the possibility of changing.
WWE doesn’t like competition at all. They are already taking action to make sure that no other indie event will be able to take place around the WrestleMania 36 festivities in Tampa. Of course, they can’t block everyone, but WWE is doing all they can to make sure they’re the only game in town.
Thanks to Pro Wrestling Sheet