WWE's big PPV Extreme Rules is returning this october to Wells Fargo Center.
The event will return to Philadelphia after almost a two-year gap.
The details of the event was leaked by Paul Heyman, special counsel to the Tribal Chief, Roman Reigns.
“And it’s not about any particular arena,” Heyman said. “I’m equally at home in the Wells Fargo Center as I would have been at The Spectrum as I was at WCW in the Civic Center and at ECW at a dilapidated bingo hall on the wrong side of the train tracks at Swanson and Ritner. It’s not about the four walls that host you, it’s about the audience that’s in there.”
However, due to the pandemic, the company's travel to the city was hindered since the last 2 years.
WWE had its last premium event in Philadelphia in the form of Elimination Chamber, in March 2020.