5 best WWE pay-per-view concepts


#4 WWE Extreme Rules

WWE Extreme Rules is the one night of the year where "WWE goes extreme."

Most of the matches announced on the card are conducted under a special match stipulation. Falls Count Anywhere, Steel Cage, I Quit, and Street Fight Matches are common stipulations in this extreme pay-per-view.

The extreme element of the event allows viewers to see a huge variety of match types.

While certain feuds may not warrant these match types, this pay-per-view allows WWE to present a rivalry uniquely by utilizing a unique match type and giving a proper blow-off to a heated rivalry.

#3 WWE King of The Ring

The first WWE King of the Ring tournament was held in July 1985. The inaugural winner of the tournament was WWE Hall of Famer "Magnificant" Don Muraco.

Further tournaments were held by WWE from 1986 to 1989 and then in 1991. Beginning in 1993, the King of The Ring tournament had its own pay-per-view.

The pay-per-view saw iconic King of The Rings such as Stone Cold Steve Austin, Bret "The Hitman" Hart, Triple H, Kurt Angle, and Brock Lesnar.

The final King of the Ring pay-per-view was held in 2002, with Brock Lesnar winning the tournament. Since then, the tournament has been revived on several occasions. However, the pay-per-view concept is yet to return officially.

Edited by Aashran Mahajan
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