The 2020 Money in the Bank PPV show was the shortest main roster WWE PPV show in nearly 30 years, clocking in at just 2 hours and 21 minutes for the main card.
This does of course not include the hour-long pre-show we have to endure for all the main roster shows these days.
The actual card was never a long one, so the show was unlikely to run much longer than 3 hours, but given recent PPV run-times, most expected WWE to find some way to stretch it out a bit longer.
According to WrestlingNews.co, Vince McMahon is pushing for PPV shows to be shorter while fans are unable to attend the shows, which as far as we can see is a positive.
While all promotions are doing their best to make the empty arena shows as entertaining as possible, 4 hours of an empty arena can be a bit much for fans at home to sit through.
It will be interesting to see whether AEW follows the WWE model of shorter PPV shows during the pandemic, or whether the May 23 Double or Nothing show is just as long as pre-pandemic shows.
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