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Big Changes Made To Money In The Bank 2018 PPV, X-Pac Comments On Neville Being Expected To Return To WWE TV

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X-Pac Comments On Neville Being Expected To Return To WWE TV

During a recent edition of X-Pac’s 12360 podcast, Old School WWF Veteran X-Pac commented on the reports of former two time WWE Cruiserweight Champion Neville being expected to return to WWE TV.

Below is what X-Pac said:

“I’m very happy to know that they have ironed everything out. Here’s the thing. It’s not about how much money you can make on the indies, it’s about your sanity. It’s about when you get back there to WWE and they start f’ing with you and burying you. You can go, crazy dude. Creative satisfaction is highly underrated. Highly, it’s right up there with money. Pretty close.”

Big Changes Made To Money In The Bank 2018 PPV

WWE is planning to do 5 dual branded PPVs in 2018 and the newest dual branded PPV is going to be Money In The Bank 2018 (in order to allow Superstars from both Raw & SmackDown Live to compete for the Money In The Bank briefcase).

WWE will be doing 14 PPVs in 2018 – 5 of which will be Raw PPVs, 4 SmackDown Live PPVs and 5 dual branded PPVs. Below is the schedule for WWE PPVs in 2018:

* January 28th, Philadelphia: Royal Rumble

* February 25th, Las Vegas: Elimination Chamber (RAW)

* March 11th, Columbus, OH: Fast Lane (SmackDown)

* April 8th, New Orleans: WrestleMania 34

* May 6th, Newark, NJ: Backlash (RAW)

* May 27th, Baltimore: Payback (SmackDown)

* June 17th, Chicago: Money In the Bank

* July 15th, Pittsburgh: Battleground (RAW)

* August 19th, Brooklyn: SummerSlam

* September 16th, San Antonio: Extreme Rules (RAW)

* September 30th, Nashville: Hell In a Cell (SmackDown)

* October 21st, Boston: TLC (RAW)

* November 18th, Los Angeles: Survivor Series

* December 16th, San Jose: Clash of Champions (SmackDown)

        
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