— Ticket sales for this Sunday’s WWE Elimination Chamber in Las Vegas continue to underperform so much that the company is offering some two-for-one ticket offers in the city.
— Bobby Roode is scheduled to defend his United States title against Randy Orton at WWE Fastlane, but it is expected that Jinder Mahal will be added to the match to make it a triple threat.
— The financial impact of WWE moving to one PPV per month shouldn’t be felt for the top guys, as WWE traditionally “takes care” of its superstars. For those wrestlers not at the very top, now that there will be more people on each PPV, it will in theory cut down on the money they receive. For mid-level wrestlers – those who would have been on several PPVs each year but might not be on any moving forward, the difference could potentially be significant.
— With less PPVs and more talent to get on those shows, the assumption is that there will be an increase in multiple person matches, especially in the main event and tag team picture. There will also likely be less room on the PPVs for non-title matches or matches to determine new contenders.