An image reportedly listing the remaining 2016 WWE pay-per-view calendar has surfaced online, possibly revealing WWE plans to expand the event calendar.
Several fans have sent in the image, reportedly stemming from a post on Reddit, and while it is unconfirmed and should be taken with caution, these changes would see the reintroduction of rumored brand specific events, among other changes.
According to the listing, RAW would see the following events and brand specific shows, including WWE Roadblock moving to December, and “Night Of Champions” being renamed as “Clash Of Champions”, which was recently submitted to be trademarked by WWE:
Smackdown would see the following events, including the return of the “Backlash” PPV, formerly a April event from 1999 through 2009, and “No Mercy”:
The rumored calendar also featured WWE Summerslam and WWE Survivor Series, both still listed as co-branded events.
On a related note, “Outside Interference” recently posted a new video, featuring the top 5 pay-per-view themes that need to return:
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