WWE are reportedly plotting a UK SummerSlam return with Cardiff’s Principality leading the race to host it.
It would come 30 years after Wembley famously hosted the 1992 instalment of SummerSlam.
That night, 80,000 fans packed in to watch The British Bulldog defeat brother-in-law Bret Hart for the Intercontinental title.
WWE regularly tour the UK, up to twice a year, but are yet to return with a marquee PPV.
But according to talkSPORT, talks took place when the WWE came to Britain this month.
And it is understood Wales’ national stadium – which has hosted two Anthony Joshua’s fights before – is the targeted venue.
Scotland’s Drew McIntyre hinted to fans during WWE’s latest tour of London that a UK PPV will follow next year.
He said: “Next year is a very special occasion.
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“I don’t know if you all know, some of you weren’t born at time, but next year is the 30-year anniversary of SummerSlam 1992.
“I’ve been talking about this non-stop because I’m gonna make it happen one way or another.
“I’ll say it once, I’ll say it a million times, the UK is going to get a significant pay-per-view if it’s the last thing I do.”
The WWE have also recently announced a second set of UK dates in November.