4 PPVs Of 2022 Which Are Absent In WWE Pay-per-view Schedule 2023

WWE Pay-per-view Schedule 2023 will be very different. 2022 was a monumental year for WWE because they hosted stadium shows. The year started with a bang on January 1 as the Day 1 premium live event took place. Royal Rumble, Elimination Chamber, WrestleMania 38, Clash at the Castle, SummerSlam and Crown Jewel happened at big stadiums.

There plans to have the Money in the Bank premium live event at the Allegiant Stadium. However, due to poor ticket sales, the event was moved to a small arena. Nevertheless, 2022 was a successful year for WWE in terms of premium live events.

One big change which happened backstage is Triple H has taken over the creative control from Vince McMahon. He has brought back several released Superstars. On top of that, the following four premium live events will be absent from WWE Pay-per-view Schedule 2023.


1. Is WWE Day 1 canceled?


WWE Day 1 was a concept by Nick Khan. The show happened on January 1, 2022. There were plans to make it a yearly event. However, WWE have scraped it already. There will be no Day 1 premium live event in 2023.

2. Hell in a Cell will not be a part of WWE Pay-per-view Schedule 2023

WWE Hell in a Cell was a premium live event where iconic rivalries would culminate. Earlier this year, Cody Rhodes and Seth ‘Freakin’ Rollins had one of the best Hell in a Cell matches ever. However, Triple H has canceled the show for 2023. As per reports, King of the Ring will replace Hell in a Cell.

3. Extreme Rules is not a part of WWE pay-per-view schedule 2023

As per Xero News, Extreme Rules 2022 was the last edition of the premium live event. Survivor Series: WarGames will be permanent going forward.


4. Is WWE Money in the Bank canceled?


According to Xero News, Money in the Bank could be cut as well. The two MITB matches will happen at WrestleMania 39.


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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