They have plans. There is a lot of WWE programming out there, with six shows running every week, all containing original matches. That can make for a lot of material to take in and it can be easy to get overwhelmed by what you are seeing. With so much out there, things can get a bit exhausting but now it is about to get even more complicated as WWE is paving the way for a new regular show.

WWE has spent years trying to expand into India, with a variety of different mostly failed efforts. However, there are so many potential fans in the country that it makes all the sense in the world to try again. That is what WWE is going to be trying to do again soon and they have some major plans to do something else, with a more long term idea than they have had before.

According to, the upcoming Superstar Spectacle event is designed to be a debut event for the Indian audience. As a result, the special was produced to appeal to the Indian fans, meaning that it will not seem like a normal WWE show. The event will feature several of the new wrestlers having their debut matches and was recorded live rather than over multiple days. The special debuts on January 26 on the WWE Network.

Opinion: It makes sense to tailor a show like this to the audience, as there is no need to after the American audiences. WWE is making an effort to break into the new country, which has not gone well for them in the past. Maybe it can help to go with something different, though just having a good debut is not going to be enough. The show does have potential, so hopefully the plan works out.

Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.

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