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WWE is announcing a pay-per-view for New Year’s Day for 2022

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WWE aired SmackDown this week from two different locations. The show was mostly held in Cleveland, with several meetings at the Rolling Loud Festival in Miami. WWE made an interesting announcement at the event.

Angelo Dokkins defeated Chad Gable in front of a sea of ​​humanity before Bianca Belair successfully defended the SmackDown Women’s Championship against Carmellan. Following his victory, the EW WWE told the crowd that the company had a special announcement to announce and introduce basketball player Trae Young.

The Atlanta Hawks star has announced for the first time that WWE will be hosting a paid event for each show on New Year’s Day 2022. The show will take place at the Farm Farm Arena in Atlanta. Released by WWE Press release In the “Pay to View” ad.

Payment for the show will be broadcast live on New Year’s Eve at 8pm on Peacock in the US, Sony LIV in India and on the WWE Network. Tickets for the event go on sale Friday, Aug. 27, at 10 p.m.

What does WWE call paying to see on New Year’s Day?

As mentioned earlier, this will be WWE’s first-ever pay-per-view on New Year’s Day. However, the company held such shows earlier this year. 2022 will not be the first year without the first WWE payment on the Royal Rumble calendar.

In the first ten days of 2005, 2006 and 2007, RAW held exclusive “New Year’s Revolution” payments. Perhaps WWE could bring the name of the New Year’s Day event to 2022.

The New Year’s Revolution provided some memorable moments for WWE, which is nothing more than Edge’s money at the Bank in John Cena.

If the company captures almost a moment more than January 1, 2022, this event will be a huge success. WWE has not yet confirmed the name of the pay-per-view and we may have more information about the event in the next few days.

What do you think about WWE’s New Year’s Eve viewing fee? Let us know in the comments below.

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