WWE has a packed schedule full of events and future plans. It turns out that they are doing thing a little differently in December. Instead of holding a traditional pay-per-view, the company is simply going to skip out on the last month of the year.

During Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer stated that WWE decided to let their New Year’s Day pay-per-view in Atlanta count as this year’s December pay-per-view. Then the Royal Rumble will count as January 2022’s pay-per-view event, but that means December 2021 won’t get an official pay-per-view event.

“The decision was made that — originally the decision was made since they do a pay-per-view every month — that the decision was made that originally they were gonna have a December pay-per-view in Chicago at the All State Arena in mid-December. The feeling is now that doing twelve pay-per-views a year and the December pay-per-view will actually be January 1st in Atlanta. The idea of doing the January 1st rather than doing mid-to-late December.”

WWE moved a Chicago date from a pay-per-view to a normal television event. A lot of fans wondered what the company is going do for December. It turns out they’re taking a little break from pay-per-view in December instead.

We will continue monitoring this ongoing story here at Ringside News.

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