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Posted by Marc Middleton in WWE News
Friday, November 6th, 2009

– WWE Issued press release today announcing that comedian Dennis Miller will host a special 3-hour edition of WWE RAW on December 14th. The 3-hour broadcast will take place from the American Bank Center in Corpus Christi, TX and will feature the 2009 WWE Slammy Awards. 2009 Slammy Award categories will include: WWE Superstar of the Year, WWE Match of the Year, and WWE Diva of the Year.

– A WWE memo sent out to various pay-per-view providers reveals that the company will be eliminating one of its June pay-per-view events in 2010, bringing the annual total down to 13. While this does seem like a step in the right direction, WWE will be making up for that lost pay-per-view revenue by increasing the suggested retail price of its other events (excluding ), by $5.00, to $44.95. According to the memo, this will be the first price increase for non- events since 2006. The suggested retail price for will remain $54.95.

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One Response to WWE’s Slammy Awards Returning, WWE Increases PPV Prices:

  1. Horseman420

    Date: Nov 06, 2009 at 12:07 pm

    How about having a good product that people will pay for to make up for lost revenue????

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