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New change coming to WWE PPVs?

Next month’s Money in the Bank PPV event could be the start of a new trend for the WWE.

According to PWInsider, the company has informed its international broadcasting partners that starting with June 17th’s Money in the Bank, their PPV events will start at 7 PM ET with a Kickoff show likely starting at 6 PM, if they stick around.

The site adds that Royal Rumble, WrestleMania, Money in the Bank, SummerSlam and Survivor Series shows could run even longer.

The plan on extending their events for an additional hour comes as a means of filling the card with as much talent as possible. Last month’s Backlash event served as the first WWE co-branded PPV show, which lasted over three hours.

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