WWE’s operational growth has been significant in recent years, particularly highlighted by the merger of WWE and UFC under the TKO umbrella. This union has led to collaborative events, often held at the same venue over a weekend, with UFC typically on Saturdays and WWE SmackDown on Fridays, followed by WWE Raw on Mondays.

Recent reports from PWInsider suggest that WWE has been exploring adjustments to the start time of domestic Premium Live Events, considering return to the 7 PM format used in previous years. This shift has already been tested with events like WWE NXT Heatwave, SummerSlam, and The Bash at Berlin.

While WWE has maintained the 7 PM start time for these recent events, there’s potential for changes in Premium Live Event scheduling. UFC President Dana White hinted at WWE Premium Live Events returning to Sundays, although it’s unclear if this adjustment will be permanent or sporadic. It’s speculated that such changes might occur during weekends when TKO’s production team is already in a city working on multiple events for their affiliated promotions.

Despite the potential shift, WWE still has a packed schedule of Premium Live Events, including the upcoming King and Queen of The Ring on May 25th. Whether WWE will permanently revert to hosting Premium Live Events on Sundays remains uncertain.


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