WWE took their talent and crew members to Saudi Arabia for Elimination Chamber. They had quite quite a journey around the planet, but they are now back in the United States.

The roster was at the airport in rapid fashion after the event was over. They wanted to get their long journey underway and get home as fast as possible. According to PW Insider, the roster made it back safely.

After a brief stop in Europe to fuel, the WWE roster landed today in the United States, returning from Saudi Arabia.

Those who are needed for Raw will go onto Columbia, SC while the others will return home until Friday’s Smackdown taping.

This is great news, because it is always concerning when the WWE roster must travel overseas. The fact that they made it back from Saudi Arabia, a country that previously kept Superstars an additional 24 hours in the past, might have added to the tension. Thankfully, everyone is back safe and sound.

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