Report: WWE Not Planning To Hold December PPV This Year

No December PPV in 2021

WWE has held an annual pay-per-view in December for the last 26 years, whether it be Armageddon, Clash Of Champions, Tables, Ladders & Chairs, or an In Your House show. 

That is reportedly set to change in 2021, though, and Dave Meltzer has reported on Wrestling Observer Radio there will be no December pay-per-view this year.

"They do a pay-per-view every month and originally there was going to be a pay-per-view in Chicago at the Allstate Arena in mid-December... The December pay-per-view will actually be January 1 in Atlanta rather than do mid-to-late-December," Meltzer said.

WWE had originally planned to run a December pay-per-view on Sunday, December 12 in Chicago but the show was removed from the company's calendar. A report from PWInsider then noted TLC would take place on Sunday, December 19 but WWE appears to have scrapped those plans. 

While there may not be a major event in December, WWE will hold the 'Day 1' pay-per-view on January 1, 2022, in Atlanta, Georgia, to start the new year. 

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