Reports: Triple H looking to bring back Exclusive Events following WWE Draft

According to reports, Triple H is looking to bring back some exclusive events in WWE that have not been since 2018

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The 17th WWE Draft is all set to take place as it will begin on Smackdown on 28 April 2023. However, it will be concluded on Raw on 1 May. But, now, reports have come out that Triple H  can bring back some exclusive events following the Draft. As per reports, both the Raw and Smackdown could get their own exclusive pay-per-view events.


Recently, Triple H announced a new World Heavyweight Title for the World Heavyweight Championship on Monday Night Raw. He shared the need for two champions in WWE and claimed that the new World Heavyweight Champion will be crowned at Night of Champions in Saudi Arabia.    

Big E can make a comeback during the WWE Draft - Reports

Triple H has some plans as WWE’s pay-per-view works might work as a game changer in the coming days. According to reports of WRKD Wrestling, both Raw and Smackdown can have their own big shows. However, WWE's last brand-exclusive pay-per-view was Fastlane in February 2018. The event took place just before WrestleMania 34 and only SmackDown talents got featured. 

However, a big name can make a comeback to WWE in the Draft as per reports. Big E can reportedly make a comeback after a gap of 412 days. He is out of any action for over a year and his last match came in March 2022. He suffered a neck injury during a tag match against Ridge Holland and Sheamus.     

Recently, Big E shared an update about his injury and said: "We just did the one-year scans after WrestleMania. It was a little later because of WrestleMania. We need to sit down with the doctors at some point and figure out what the next step is, but from my perspective, I feel great. I have no functional issues, no pain issues. I’ve been in the gym since two weeks after I broke my neck. I’m feeling great. I’m really grateful for all of that. Obviously, your neck has to be in a certain condition to deal with the rigors of being in the ring on a nightly basis."

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