World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) reached a major milestone today by reaching its fourth consecutive day — and counting — without hosting a pay-per-view event.
The unprecedented duration since the company’s last pay-per-view — Sunday’s Backlash event — has left wrestling fans worldwide wondering how long the drought will last.
Fans have not been entirely starved for WWE content, mind you, as the company has presented more than eight hours of new programming in the past three days, including Raw on Monday, Smackdown on Tuesday, and the Cruiserweight Classic and NXT Wednesday.
But fans will have to wait a whole 10 days before the company’s next pay-per-view, Clash of Champions on Sept. 25, and some fans are wondering how they can endure the anticipation.
Most will likely binge-watch old episodes of WCW Nitro on the WWE Network, since the alternative — actually leaving the house — is an unspeakable horror not worth even thinking about.