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WWE PPV name RETURNING for SmackDown in 2024

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The world of professional wrestling is set to witness a nostalgic revival as WWE plans to bring back a beloved pay-per-view/premium live event name for an upcoming show in 2024.

This exciting development was confirmed during the taping for the December 22nd edition of SmackDown, held on December 15th.

A Nostalgic Revival for WWE Fans

WWE has a history of rebranding and reintroducing past event names, much to the delight of its fan base. In recent times, events like No Mercy and Halloween Havoc have made successful comebacks, primarily on the NXT brand.

However, this time, the focus shifts to the main roster, promising a blend of nostalgia and contemporary wrestling entertainment.

SmackDown General Manager Nick Aldis will be confirming that the company will be hosting a special ‘New Year’s Revolution’ edition of SmackDown during the December 22nd broadcast.


  • What PPV name is returning in 2024? The first SmackDown show of 2024 will be called New Year’s Revolution.
  • Why is WWE bringing back an old PPV name? The company often brings back classic event names to blend nostalgia with modern entertainment, appealing to both long-time fans and new viewers.
  • On which show will the returning PPV be featured? The returning PPV name will be featured on SmackDown.
  • What does this mean for WWE Superstars? For Superstars, it’s an opportunity to be part of a historic event and connect with the legacy of past wrestling legends.
  • How have fans reacted to this news? Fans have expressed excitement and anticipation, looking forward to seeing how WWE will blend classic and contemporary elements in the event.
  • Will this affect WWE’s programming strategy? The reintroduction of classic PPVs is part of WWE’s strategy to keep its programming dynamic and engaging, potentially attracting more viewers.
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