Shows like Hell in a Cell, Elimination Chamber, and WWE: TLC may become a thing of the past as part of WWE’s plans for the new year.
Yesterday, it was reported that WWE has canceled their Day 1 2023 Premium Live Event which had been scheduled on January 1.
In an update, Bryan Alverez reported that WWE’s strategy for the new year is to focus less on ‘gimmick’ Premium Live Events.
Events like these have faced criticism from fans, who believe a stipulation should be used for the right storyline and not because it’s the right time of year.
WWE also plans on hosting more international Premium Live Events, following the success of WWE Clash at the Castle.
The Cardiff, Wales show was WWE’s biggest event in the UK, drawing over 60,000 fans to Cardiff’s Principality Stadium.
#WWECastle was a massive success for @WWE across all lines of business and the #WWEUniverse in the UK… the next question is where should we go next?! pic.twitter.com/mX5xLbC6HZ
— Triple H (@TripleH) September 12, 2022
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