WWE just presented a big Money in the Bank pay-per-view event in London, but it wasn’t packed full of matches. In fact, Kevin Owens was even little upset that he didn’t get on the card. There is a reason for those shorter cards.

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The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted that there is lot of competition to get on the SummerSlam card. That being said, Triple H has a philosophy when booking these events, because he wants each match to get more time on the show.

Under Paul Levesque, they have kept the number of matches at the biggest shows lower, to have shorter shows and also to give more time and focus to the key bouts without turning out the audience.


Triple H will continue running WWE the way he sees fit, even though Vince McMahon can always change things at a moment’s notice. It seems that Triple H has an idea about what kind of events he wants to present as well.

We will have to see if Triple H keeps all WWE events shorter. After all, just because a card has fewer matches doesn’t mean there is any less action in the ring. If anything, the past several events should have told us that.

Triple H is doing the best he can to tell WWE’s stories, but is he doing a good job? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you’re thinking!

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