As we noted earlier this week, beginning with next month’s Money in the Bank PPV, all WWE PPV events will be starting at 7pm EST.
According to an update provided by F4WOnline.com, the WWE PPV events will continue to carry a one hour Kickoff show beginning at 6pm EST, and in the case of the “big four” PPV events – Royal Rumble, WrestleMania, SummerSlam and Survivor Series, a two hour Kickoff show is expected to take place.
PWInsider.com has also provided an update on the developing story, pointing out that the change in start time does not necessarily mean all PPV events will run four hours, but will likely fall somewhere in between the three hour to three and a half hour timeframe.
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Because the PPV events air on the WWE Network, however, and WWE does not have time constraints like they did back when events aired on traditional PPV outlets, if the company does want to extend a particular PPV event longer than usual, or for the entire four hour duration, they have the ability to make that call.
In related news, myself, along with my co-host Chris Cash, provided an in-depth analysis of the big WWE PPV event changes on this week’s edition of Voice of Wrestling, and you can watch the show in the video player below: