WWE has had a whirlwind year with Vince McMahon retiring, returning and then selling his company all in the space of six months.
Following WWE’s sale to Endeavour much discussion has featured online regarding the future for the product and what changes we me see under WWE’s new ownership.
Nick Khan had previously claimed that nothing on screen will be changing anytime soon, however talks of new weekly TV shows and a potential third hour of SmackDown have already begun to surface from WWE management.
According to Dave Metlzer of the Wrestling Observer, WWE’s “big internal focus” currently however is getting younger talent featured on Raw and SmackDown.
“There is a big internal focus right now to get younger aged talent on Raw and Smackdown right now”
WWE has shown a real intent to modernise their product to the outside world over the past twelve months, with Roman Reigns being utilised to break multiple long time records throughout his 1000 day WWE Championship reign and GUNTHER set to smash Honky Tonk Man’s legendary Intercontinental Championship reign.
Alongside this the 2023 WWE draft feature a high volume of NXT call ups and names such as Pretty Deadly and Indi Hartwell have immediately found themselves featured on weekly WWE TV alongside recent staples such as Austin Theory, Matt Riddle and Logan Paul.
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