WWE will carry out an international PPV in Latin America and possibly this year. According to our source, WWE executives are looking for headquarters to do a PPV this year in Latin America.
This region of the world has become a priority for WWE since December, having failed in its attempt to conquer Japan with the purchase of Pro Wrestling NOAH. Now WWE’s eyes are on Latin America and the Performance Center for Latino wrestlers is getting closer.
Mexico, Colombia, and Chile are the countries that are in the spotlight of WWE. Mexico is the world capital of pro wrestling, although right now it is the candidate with fewer possibilities due to a large number of wrestling gyms it has and the prestigious CMLL school, which develops the country’s main talents.
Colombia is a country that has pleasantly surprised WWE for how it has filled its events and how fans have behaved. It is not ruled out that WWE returns before launching a PPV there, to perform another test before broadcasting shows on television.
Finally, Chile is the main candidate country. William Regal has him in the spotlight after the success of the tryouts. WWE has seen talent and wants to take advantage of it in this country.
The latest information that comes to us indicates that the PPV could be from NXT in an international version of the Worlds Collide event, but everything can change. Right now the board of directors is analyzing the pros and cons with the idea of being able to announce something before the end of 2020.