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Posted by Steve Carrier on 01/09/2017 at 11:43 AM

During a Q&A session on Bruce Prichard’s “Something to Wrestler With” podcast, he revealed the real reason WWE decided to drop the King of the Ring as a pay-per-view event.

According to Prichard, Vince McMahon didn’t like the concept and it was also the company’s lowest sales for a pay-per-view event of the the year.

“The pay per views events during the summer didn’t do all that well, and King of the Ring wasn’t a large grossing pay per view, so Vince wasn’t really excited about it, and decided to change it up.”

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