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Five years after their last Premium Live Event in Australia, WWE will be heading to Western Australia’s capital for Elimination Chamber on February 24.

Optus Stadium will be hosting the show that is projected to be the final stop before WrestleMania 40, with WWE finally giving Australian wrestling fans an opportunity to see their favourite superstars live.

It comes after the company have visited England, Puerto Rico and Saudi Arabia for recent Premium Live Events with an outcry for Australia to receive their chance.

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WWE last held a Premium Live Event in Australia back in 2018 for Super Show-Down, which took place at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in front of 70,000 people and was headlined by Triple H vs The Undertaker.

Other superstars that performed at the show were Roman Reigns, John Cena, Seth Rollins, AJ Styles and Becky Lynch.

Fans interested in attending Elimination Chamber can register in an exclusive presale now.

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