This is a shorter revision of a previous article I wrote.
The PPV Schedule for WWE in 2013 should be as follows:
Royal Rumble in January, blending Night Of Champions and the traditional Rumble event together. All champions defend their titles and the main event is the Royal Rumble match.
No Way Out in February, giving the name of the pay-per-view back to one of its original incarnations...Elimination Chamber matches.
March is absent of any events, allowing for feuds to build between No Way Out and WrestleMania.
WrestleMania in Mid-April, preventing any double PPV months.
Extreme Rules in May, keeping with the gimmick it's withheld for the last few years of being a hardcore pay-per-view.
King Of The Ring in June, blending the traditional King Of The Ring tournament with both Money In The Bank and TLC pay-per-view gimmicks. The final tournament match will be a ladder match which names the winner King Of The Ring and opponent to any champion at SummerSlam. This event will also hold a Money In The Bank match.
Like March, July is absent of any pay-per-view event, allowing for a build leading into SummerSlam.
SummerSlam holds it's traditional spot in August.
No Mercy in September, will take the new gimmick of No Way Out, holding various types of steel cage matches.
Vengeance in October, will take the place of Hell In A Cell as well as it's gimmick of a series of Hell In A Cell matches. I prefer only two.
Survivor Series in its traditional spot in November.
Armageddon returns as the December pay-per-view. This event can hold matches such as: Inferno Match, Three Stages Of Hell, Last Man Standing, etc.
There you have it. Ten pay-per-views instead of 12 or more.