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Update On Triple H’s Plan For WWE PPVs In 2023

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• Update On Triple H’s Plan For WWE PPVs In 2023

As we recently reported, WWE has canceled plans for doing the Day 1 premium live event / pay-per-view on January 1, 2023.

Triple H has a lot of PPV related changes planned for next year. One of the changes recently reported was that he wants to remove the gimmick PPVs.

According to the Wrestling Observer, Triple H also wants to do one United Kingdom PPV every year:

“There are a lot of PPV changes rumored for 2023 which include the idea of doing one PPV per year from the U.K. to go along with the two from Saudi Arabia. The other change seems to be less gimmick named PPV shows.”

We recently reported that WWE will be doing the Elimination Chamber 2023 PLE in Canada in February.

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• Old School Wrestling Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Territory Legend “The Universal Heartthrob” Austin Idol (Real name: Micheal McCord) turns 73 today.

Idol had his biggest success in the CWA Memphis Wrestling Territory, but also spent some time wrestling for Verne Gagne’s AWA American Wrestling Association and for GCW Georgia Championship Wrestling.

He retired from active professional wrestling during the mid-90s, but lately appeared for Billy Corgan’S new and improved ‘National Wrestling Alliance’, where he managed the NWA World Heavyweight Champion Nick Aldis (TNA’s Brutus Magnus).


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