WWE is going through a lot of changes, both on television and in the boardroom. The company’s merger with Endeavor will leave Triple H in control as Chief Content Officer, and that could come with a big change to the company’s pay-per-view lineup as well.
WWE used to hold split brand pay-per-views, sometimes twice a month. The only combined brand events would be the big four pay-per-views. With WWE’s current landscape, that might work again.
WRKD Wrestling reports that WWE is considering split brand pay-per-view events once again, with the new World Heavyweight Championship ushering in that change.
One format discussed after the announcement of the draft and the introduction of the new World Heavyweight championship on #WWERaw is the idea of potential brand exclusive premium live monthly events.
WWE used to do quite well with split-brand pay-per-views, and those rosters also benefited by having more members on the special events. That practice went away, but you never know if Triple H could bring it back.
We will have to see how the 2023 WWE Draft pans out. After all, a lot of things could change the WWE landscape at this point. WWE also has the power to do practically anything they want to as well, because it’s still their programming.
We will have continued coverage of the 2023 WWE Draft right here at Ringside News. The next two weeks will be full of plenty of updates, and we will bring you all the news you need.
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