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WWE COO Hunter Hearst Helmsley announces the new company’s new daily PPV lineup.

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) made the blockbuster announcement this morning that 352 more events will be added to its annual pay-per-view schedule, ensuring fans will get to enjoy one event every day.

“Effective immediately, WWE is launching its new Daily Destruction® pay-per-view model,” WWE COO Hunter Hearst Helmsley is quoted as saying in a press release issued this morning from the company’s Connecticut headquarters.

“From now on, members of the WWE Universe® will never have to leave their parents’ basements for any reason whatsoever, as long as they continue to suckle the digital teat of the WWE Network.”

The company did a “soft launch” of the new pay-per-view schedule this past Monday with the announcement that the Elimination Chamber event has been re-added to the line-up, exclusively on the WWE Network.

The new daily pay-per-view schedule will include old revived favorites like “The Wrestling Classic” and “The War to Settle the Score,” as well as new events such as:

  • SportsEntertainMania
  • Arbor Day Spectacular
  • Lax Rules
  • WWE Superstarrcade
  • Total Divas Tournament of Death
  • ECW Third Night Stand

Some wrestling pundits insist the WWE pay-per-view market is already over-saturated, but Helmsley issued a public rebuttal insisting that the new model is “best for business.”

To make the daily pay-per-views financially viable, WWE has raised the monthly price of the WWE Network to $99.99.