As we reported earlier this week, WWE is set to extend its PPV times by one hour beginning with Money in the Bank, as all pay-per-view events on WWE Network will carry a 7pm EST start time. Factor in a one-hour Kickoff show and WWE PPV events could be as long as five hours on the WWE Network should they end right at 11pm EST.
According to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, with WWE broadening its PPV times, the company could be setting the stage for WrestleMania 35 to be one of the longest events in company history. The Observer notes that WWE Network is currently approximating WrestleMania 35 to end at midnight EST, which is one hour longer than PPV events normally last.
If WrestleMania 35, taking place at Metlife Stadium in New Jersey, does indeed end at midnight and carry a traditional two-hour Kickoff show, next year’s PPV has the potential to be a seven-hour event in total.
PWInsider.com pointed out earlier this week, when news broke of WWE expanding PPV start times to 7pm EST, that it’s possible the non-Big Four PPV clock in between three and three and a half hours, excluding the pre-show. If that is the case, it is possible, but not confirmed, that WWE has WrestleMania 35 blocked off until midnight EST, but it might not use the full extra hour.
The Wrestling Observer Newsletter
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