Royal Rumble 2022: WWE announced date and location



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Royal Rumble 2022: WWE announced date and location

WWE has officially announced that the Royal Rumble 2022 will take place on Saturday, January 29, 2022 in St. Louis. The event will take place at The Dome at the American Center and tickets will be available starting October 15.

This is the company's official statement: “STAMFORD, Conn, September 27, 2021 - As first reported by the St. Louis Dispatch, WWE announced today that the Royal Rumble will take place at The Dome at America's Center in St.

Louis on Saturday, January 29, 2022, which marks the largest venue to host the event in its illustrious history spanning 30 years and more. Tickets will go on sale Friday, October 15 at 11am ET / 10 CT via Ticketmaster. Fans interested in an exclusive Royal Rumble presale opportunity can register at https://www.wwe.com/rumble2022.

"WWE has a rich history in St. Louis and we are thrilled to bring the Royal Rumble to the Dome at America's Center, a venue that has hosted countless large-scale sporting and entertainment events," said John P.

Saboor. WWE Executive Vice President of Special Events. "We look forward to giving the WWE Universe the opportunity to experience all that St. Louis has to offer." "The city of St. Louis is thrilled to host the Royal Rumble at the Dome at America's Center in January," said St.

Louis Mayor Tishaura Jones. "St. Louis has the best sports scene in the country, and the Royal Rumble will make it even better. This event is an incredible opportunity for our city, bringing WWE fans from across the country to St.

Louis and contributing to keep our center lively during the winter season. " WhatCulture reported that WWE could bring one of its ppvs to the UK in 2022. A source informed the site, telling them that this could happen next September.

In addition to the ppv itself, the source said these interim plans also involve a fan event on the show's weekend, and a Raw recording on the Monday after this ppv.

Extreme Rules 2021: all the results

Here's what happened PPV WWE Extreme Rules held at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio.

A few weeks ago the public returned to the arenas. Kickoff:
Women's Match:
Liv Morgan beats Carmella Main Card:
Six Men Tag Team Match:
The New Day beat AJ Styles, Omos & Bobby Lashley Tag Team Match for the SmackDown Tag Team Championships:
The Uso's (Jimmy & Jey Uso) beat The Street Profits (Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford) (Uso's remain champions) Women's Match for the Raw Women's Championship:
Charlotte Flair beats Alexa Bliss (Charlotte remains champion) Triple Threat Match for the US Championship:
Damian Priest beats Jeff Hardy and Sheamus Women's Match for the SmackDown Women's Championship:
Bianca Belair beats Becky Lynch (via DQ) Extreme Rules Match for the Universal Championship:
Roman Reigns beats Finn Balor Notes from the show:
The Intercontinental title was not defended as the match took place in SmackDown on Friday.

Raw's duo titles were not defended by the RK-Bros. -The WWE Championship owned by Big E has not been defended in PPV but he will do so on Raw Monday night against Bobby Lashley. WWE womens couple titles were not defended by Nikki A.S.H. and Rhea Ripley.