WWE just got back from Saudi Arabia after October 21st’s Crown Jewel event, but they have a long way to go until their 10-year deal completes. Any shows they missed due to the pandemic will be tacked onto the end of their existing agreement to hold two shows a year in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The company is already making plans to go back.

It was previously reported that WWE is planning to make a trip back to Saudi Arabia in the first quarter of 2022. That doesn’t give them a whole lot of time between now and then, but that seems to be the norm that they are going to set.

Sean Sapp reports that WWE has tentative plans to make trips back to Saudi Arabia in February and October of 2022. Those dates were not listed on the company’s schedule of pay-per-view events.

The Saudi Arabia shows, not listed, tentatively scheduled for February and October for WWE as best I know


WWE released their list of pay-per-view events which confirmed a two-day WrestleMania event in Dallas. 2022 will be a big year for wrestling and WWE fans in North America can also expect a couple more afternoon pay-per-view days from Saudi Arabia.

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