WWE Changes November 11th RAW TV Taping In Scotland To A House Show; Planning A Double Taping

Wrestling fans in Glasgow were not happy with the decision.

This coming November, as a part of WWE's tour of the United Kingdom, the company was set to host an edition of Monday Night RAW from The SSE Hydro arena in Glasgow, Scotland but an email was sent out to those who purchased tickets to the RAW television taping and they were alerted that the taping has been changed to a house show. The email reads as followed:

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"Please note that this event will no longer be televised and will now start at 19.30 (doors open 18:00).

Although no longer a RAWTV show, the line up of WWE superstars scheduled to appear remains the same.

If you no longer wish to attend the event due to this change, please contact your original point of purchase by 28 July.”

The Scottish Sun has responses from fans about the topic embedded into their article. There are several fans who noted that they are demanding refunds and other ticket buyers booked flights and hotels to fly into Glasgow for the TV taping prior to the announcement of it being converted into a house show. 

John Pollock of POST Wrestling noted in his news update that WWE's plan is to tape RAW and SmackDown in Manchester, England on November 8th which is a Friday.

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