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WWE News & Rumors – Will WWE Premium Live Event Extend? WWE is trying to make big changes for the growth of the company. According to available information, WWE plans to tab more visitors and revenue by including more premium live events in their roster. These premium live events are being planned in major stadiums and will be broadcast live with spectators for 2023: Follow WWE News & Rumor Updates with InsideSport.IN

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In 2022, WWE’s focus has shifted to hosting premium live events in large stadiums. In 2022, WWE has scheduled a total of 8 premium live events at the big stadiums. But the company is pushing even harder for the year after 2023.

In a recent report Andrew Jarian of The Matt Men Podcast, WWE is trying to scale its premium live events in stadiums. Finally, the WWE noted a different path in the scale of its business. According to Andrew Jarian, it says:

A WWE source said that WWE wants to host more stadium shows in 2023. There are 8 stadium events in 2022 for reference only. The goal is to make this new norm. This is Nick Khan’s approach to premium live events. “ Andrew Jarian tweeted.

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WWE wants to raise more profits through premium live events

Earlier this month, WWE held WrestleMania 38 at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas. Although the WWE brought a huge audience for the showcase of Immortals, it did not match its previous record of 100,000 at WrestleMania 32.

However, Andrew Jarian explains how the stadium show will benefit WWE in the future.

“The scalability of large stadiums is very useful when it comes to over 15,000 live attendees. The event doesn’t have to be a 50k + sell-out but now you have 20-35k show space which often leads to much higher revenue and higher levels of excitement for the event. Andrew Jarian tweeted.

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Most recently, WWE announced a live event in the United Kingdom on September 3, 2022 at the Principality Stadium in Wales. Following the announcement, many WWE fans pre-registered for the WWE SummerSlam 1992 event to return to the UK.

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