Published: Sun, February 18, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

WWE Drops Two Pay-Per-View Events

WWE Drops Two Pay-Per-View Events

Other than announcing the switch, WWE did not release many more details. The split brand concept has its advantages but there are also several drawbacks.

It is unknown why WWE has chose to call a halt to the current schedule but it seems that Backlash in May will be the beginning of all main roster pay-per-views being dual branded.

WrestleMania 34 will take place on April 8 and will be followed by Backlash on May 6. More importantly, the company said that its PPVs had "just [gotten] bigger" for 2018, as all events starting with WrestleMania (which has always been co-branded) will feature the best of Monday Night Raw andSmackDown Live, all in one show.

A recent email from WWE that was sent out to the WWE Universe today confirmed that WWE's upcoming schedule will change in the coming months and there will no longer be two pay-per-views a month.

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Over the past few weeks, it has been rumored that WWE will be set to revert to their old format of dual brand pay-per-views following this year's WrestleMania.

WWE initially split the roster into two brands back in the summer of 2016 when they also presented the WWE draft.

The idea going forward looks like WWE will load up one huge card a month full of big matches from both brands in hopes to not only drive up ticket prices but also boost WWE Network subscriptions. But if they can put together some incredible cards in the process then everybody would come out a victor. As such, that means Elimination Chamber and Fastlane will be the last two brand-exclusive PPVs, at least for this year, with the former airing as a Raw exclusive on February 25, and the latter airing for fans of the blue brand on March 11.

If you happen to be in the camp of WWE fans that believes the company delivers too much content by presenting a WWE Network special event for each brand per month, your prayers have been answered.

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