WWE: Ranking the Pay-Per-Views of 2012

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WWE: Ranking the Pay-Per-Views of 2012
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As the WWE gears up to kick off its 2013 pay-per-view calendar with the Royal Rumble later this month, let’s take a moment to reflect back on the pay-per-views of 2012. Like any year in professional wrestling there were the ups and the downs. With 12 events in 2012 not every pay-per-view delivered on its cost, but last year did have its standouts that were worth the price.

2012’s schedule saw a solid mix of the usual classic events like SummerSlam, Survivor Series and of course, WrestleMania, along with modern pay-per-view favorites such as Extreme Rules, Money in the Bank and TLC.

With Capital Punishment from 2011 replaced by No Way Out in 2012, and no overly ridiculous match-specific events such as 2010’s Fatal Four-Way, the year had a solid schedule. As for the content of these individual events, let us now take a look at the best and the worst. This is my ranking of the WWE’s pay-per-views from 2012.

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