Triple H recently took over the WWE’s creative and since then a lot of big changes have happened such as several former WWE Stars being brought back, an improvement in the storylines including booking of the matches and the characters and wrestling fans being excited once again. WWE Chief Content Officer Triple H, who is also the Executive Vice President of Talent Relations and the Head of Creative isn’t done making changes to the WWE’s creative, which will be put into effect starting next year.
Bryan Alvarez took to his SUPER FOLLOWERS Twitter account and revealed that the WWE has removed their 2023 Day 1 Premium Live Event officially, which was first reported by Wrestlenomics’ Brandon Thurston and Bryan Alvarez also mentioned that the WWE will be making major changes to their 2023 Premium Live Events such as more international shows will be held and there will likely be less gimmick events and that means we will see less themed shows such as Extreme Rules and Hell In A Cell.
There have been reports that the company has received criticism from fans and critics who feel that a bout like a Hell In A Cell Match should be protected instead of being used like it was just a regular match because of the stakes involved in the match and how it is presented and the same would apply to a match or an event like TLC or Extreme Rules.
No other details were provided on the changes and there is no word yet on what other changes WWE will be making to their creative in 2023, but updates will be provided once it has been made available.
You can check out the tweet below:
Per Bryan Alvarez, WWE will make major changes to PPV/PLE events in 2023. Likely more international shows, less gimmick shows.— Wrestling News (@WrestlingNewsCo) October 16, 2022