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They’re going on a trip. WWE is the biggest and most powerful wrestling company in the world and has been for quite some time. They have an international presence like no other promotion, as the company’s product is broadcast in several countries. In addition, the company occasionally takes its events abroad, which is what they seem to be planning again for next year.

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According to SportsKeeda, WWE is planning an international event in Hyderabad, India at some point in January, likely on the 18th. It is not currently known if the event will be broadcast on television. While not confirmed, the event may have been set up to be close to Republic Day, an Indian national holiday, on January 26. Last year WWE held the Superstar Spectacle event, which aired in India on Republic Day. WWE has yet to announce anything about the event.

They’ve done something right. Check out some of WWE’s efforts with India:

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Opinion: This is something that makes all the sense in the world for WWE, as wrestling promotions have tried to find a foothold in India for years. With such a potential audience, it would be great for WWE to find a large fan base there and they do seem to be giving the country a bigger shot. Maybe this all winds up working out for them and if we get a special show, good for the fans too.

What do you think of the idea? Who should appear on the show? Let us know in the comments below.

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