PPV coming to the United Kingdom?

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Crayo, Nov 8, 2012.

  1. LoP
  2. Would be nice, but what about the time?
  3. Awesome! Time issues could be settled, just if the state of mind and will is right.
  4. As long as it is during a weekend the fans will come. Possibly they would have to switch to a Saturday night but I don't see an issue there.
  5. Fans will turn up early hours definitely. PPV might have to start one hour earlier though, at like midnight our time.
  6. I don't think it will ever work out. The only shows that can effectively happen over seas are taped shows. I suspect Americans would rage and get confused if anything changed over here. I know it's not fair but that's just the way it is
  7. It could just start at the same time as 'Mania, we would be fine with 11-2.
  8. Booo. Why would the yanks bitch if it happened at the same times. Euro crowds have shown time and time again that we'd happily stay up late to get a live event over this side of the pond. The yanks wouldn't have to adjust their time
  9. Because I just know how Americans will react. I wouldn't mind it though if it was pushed back an hour or two if the crowd was was alive as they were on RAW. Unfortunately I will be in the minority I think.
  10. If no time change then it would be fine but that is late for you guys to be out no?
  11. We Europeans wouldn't really care. We take any chance we get when it comes to wrestling. Isn't Summerslam 92 proof enough? I heard it's supposed to be one of the best crowds in history. Look up the Bret Hart vs British Bulldog match for proof.
  12. It's late but if it's a weekend ppl will do it as the fans over here are up for it. From experience I know loads of ppl who stay up late for RAW and various PPV's through the year if work allows.

    The crowd aint the problem I see it's the venue and possible licensing difficulties.
  13. I've seen the match and agreed with you about the crowds. If you guys are cool with starting the ppv that late live then we wouldn't much care.
  14. The only thing that would possibly need to change would be day. If it's a Sunday with like a bank holiday afterwards so they don't need to work monday then no problem. If not maybe they would have to move it to Saturday but I think the UK crowds would go for a Sunday anyway.
  15. No way would the crowd get quiet if it were pushed back a couple of hours, if anything they will be louder due to even more alcohol consumption lol.
  16. I'd go to this, regardless of time, I wouldn't even care. I'm not sure why they're considering Wales though, it seems a bit random, unless they're planning on pushing Mason Ryan to the moon.