WWE In Major Shake Up Of Big Shows In 2023

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It looks like WWE will be making major changes to its event schedule in 2023 in terms of premium live events according to a new report.

WWE has broken new ground internationally in recent years with their presentation of shows billed as on a par with WrestleMania from Saudi Arabia. In 2022, the company returned with a huge stadium show in the UK for the first time in 30 years when Clash at the Castle took place in Cardiff, Wales. Now it looks like even more changes are afoot.

Wrestlenomics reported that the Day 1 event scheduled for New Year’s Day in the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, Georgia has been cancelled. No confirmation has been forthcoming from WWE at the time of writing about this and tickets are still on sale for the event.

Now the Wrestling Observer’s Bryan Alvarez has taken to social media to report to his super followers that more changes are likely to occur.

Alvarez corroborated Wrestlenomics’ report about the Day 1 event and went on to add that there are likely to be even more international shows and likely to be even fewer gimmick shows. This could spell an end to premium live events such as Hell In A Cell, TLC, or even Extreme Rules that are themed around various match types.

Nothing is official until confirmed by WWE but it looks like the premium live event scene in the company could be the latest thing to undergo major changes under the leadership of Triple H.