Jeff Jarrett, former WWE star and World of Sport executive producer said: “Being a part of this opportunity is great, but from the very beginning, it’s a full-on wrestling promotion. It goes with everything.

“This show is already being shopped internationally around the world. We are going to look at live touring, merchandise, licencing, who knows, maybe a pay-per-view in the future.

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“But it’s a full-on wrestling promotion. It’s not going to just be a television show.”

The show will be made up of a primarily British roster. Legendary announcer Jim Ross is not expected to return to the announce booth, as he did for the pilot on New Year’s Eve, having signed a new deal with WWE recently.

Tickets will cost £15 and will be available from the Guild Hall website here.