In recent days, rumors of a possible return of two historic WWE tournaments have become increasingly insistent: we are talking about the King of the Ring and the Queen of the Ring. To report the news we thought directly Dave Meltzer, well-known wrestling journalist of the Wrestling Observer, talking about the possible news regarding these two tournaments: "They are talking about bringing the King of the Ring tournament as a Premium Live Event, containing both the tournament male than the Queen of the Ring.
The idea of using it as a pay-per-view was abandoned by Vince McMahon due to low ratings. To date, without the need to have separate Premium Live Events for the two rosters, without having to create a long match precedent and so on in the various weekly shows, WWE can create a PLE with these two tournaments without problems, since the income are guaranteed by Peacock, which will certainly allow you to change the start time instead of the classic 8 p.m."
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Speaking exclusively to GiveMeSport, WrestleVotes reports that the feeling is that King of the Ring is expected to return as an event in WWE next year: "There's a good chance that King of the Ring is back, and probably in the format it was.
was carried out in the late 1980s. The idea is that every single match will take place that night. " So practically it has been stated that the format will be similar to that of the 80s, where we would have the tournament all in one event, just the event called King Of The Ring: "In the 90s, a lot of matches took place on Superstars and Raw, with the semifinals and finals in pay-per-view.
If it goes back to pay-per-view, which I would say probably will, you will have a one night tournament." WWE also recently registered the Queen Of The Ring trademark, a sign that could make us think that there will indeed be two shows, as last year this tournament was called Queen's Crown Tournament.