Every WWE PPV Of 2023 Ranked From Worst To Best
Worst to Best WWE PPVs of 2023
When wrestling historians look back at all that took place in WWE in 2023, they will simply say ‘nothing important happened that year’. If the history books are published in OPPOSITE LAND, that is!
2023 was a monumental year for the company, which saw WWE sold to Endeavor and merged with UFC as part of the TKO entity.
There were also high-profile firings and hirings and one terribly tragic death in Bray Wyatt that nobody saw coming and rocked the wider wrestling community. There was plenty to talk about when it came to the behind-the-scenes comings and goings, but there was equally as much to examine when it came to what we saw take place on our screens.
Particularly when it came to WWE’s 12 supershow offerings, which ranged from good to very good to very very good.
But just how good are we talking here?
This is Every WWE Pay-Per-View of 2023 Ranked from Worst to Best.
11. Crown Jewel
Crown Jewel 2023 wasn’t a bad show – in fact, WWE barely put a foot wrong all year when it came totheir so-called premium live events. It’s just that, when it was over, you went away feeling as thought there was nothing on it that was really must-see.
It began with a very good World Heavyweight Title match, as Seth Rollins defended against the new, moody Drew McIntyre. A strong showing for both, this 20-minute contest still never quite reached that higher level.
Rhea Ripley then defended her Raw Women’s Championship in a five-way hoss fest with Nia Jax, Raquel Rodriguez, Shayna Baszler and Zoey Stark. Even with the numerical odds seemingly stacked against Mami, there was never a sense that the title would change hands.
John Cena finished off his SAG-AFTRA-approved mini comeback tour by putting over Solo Sikoa in a strong showing.
Logan Paul continued his rise up the ranks by dethroning United States Champion Rey Mysterio in another enjoyable match. Hate him all you want (as a character), but there’s no denying at this point that Logan is actually quite alright at this and was good value for the title win here.
Kairi Sane returned to WWE and helped IYO SKY retain her SmackDown Women’s Championship in a rewarding (if not a tad overlong) bout with Bianca Belair.
Cody Rhodes then brushed past Damian Priest in a competitive grudge match, before LA Knight pushed Roman Reigns to the limit in a typical interference-filled Undisputed WWE Universal Title defence.