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:
- 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.