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5 biggest problems with WWE pay per views in 2017

Harry Kettle
FEATURED WRITER
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2.62K   //    29 Dec 2017, 22:44 IST

Does WWE need to change up their PPV system?
Does WWE need to change up their PPV system?

All in all, it’s been a fairly solid year for WWE in 2017, and while that isn’t saying much one way or another, we’re confident that everyone has had something that they’ve enjoyed seeing on WWE television over the last twelve months.

A good portion of the positives have come from some of WWE’s pay per view events, which is odd because that’s also where a great deal of the negatives can be found too. The company has always been able to pride itself on producing these larger than life shows, and yet, we’re starting to feel a little bit numb towards them as a whole.

There’s certainly room for change and while it wouldn’t take a lot for them to turn this ship around, in our eyes, WWE doesn’t seem all that interested in addressing some of the issues that are staring them right in the face.

With that being said, here are the five biggest problems that we have with their pay per views in 2017.

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There's just too much
There's just too much

Since January 1st of this year, World Wrestling Entertainment has produced 16 pay per view events from beginning to end. Those numbers alone are frightening, and to be honest, this entry isn’t exactly something that’s a well-kept secret. If you ask the WWE Universe, we guarantee that the majority of fans will say that there are far too many PPVs on the bill right now.

While it’s not necessarily anyone’s fault specifically we can’t help but think this comes down to Vince McMahon himself, because we all know that he loves to increase the content wherever possible. Hopefully, things change moving forward, because, at this rate, the ratings for these shows in the Network are going to drop dramatically.

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