If you’ve got an interest in the WWE’s Power of Wrestling series, you’ve likely heard the word “challenge.”
For years, WWE has promoted the series with a variety of events that are usually only available to WWE fans.
These include a series of “challenges” to get into the “WWE’s Ultimate Pro Wrestling Championship” and “Power of Glory” matches, as well as a series that pits a champion against a competitor from a different promotion.
But there’s one thing you won’t see at the top level of WWE: a WWE challenge that puts you in a wrestling ring with the likes of the likes, CM Punk, AJ Styles, CM PUNK, and more.
In an interview with Forbes last week, WWE CEO Kevin Foley revealed that the company is looking into a new series that is geared towards fans of all ages, and that the series would be different for each of its wrestlers.
The question is, how different would it be?
Foley said that the first WWE challenge, the Power of Glory, was a “really cool concept” and that it was an “exciting opportunity for us.”
“It was a real great concept and a really exciting concept for us, and it was really important for us to give fans the opportunity to be in the arena and compete with these wrestlers,” Foley said.
“And the idea of a Power of Vengeance match was really cool.
We’re definitely exploring it with our guys.
We want to continue the tradition and give them that chance to challenge these guys.”
So that’s the idea behind the Power Of Vengeance.
We’ll probably do a few more of these.
And then, when it’s time to do a Power Of Glory, we’ll probably move onto a Power Challenge.
“Foley also said that WWE will be releasing a new “Power Challenge” every Monday night that “features a champion battling another champion, a top-ranked opponent.
It’s really, really important to us to create an environment for people to really get into these matches.
And the guys in the ring with us, we have to give them an opportunity to get in there and do something special.
“We want to do it the right way.
We just need to have a really solid way of presenting the idea, which is going to be an exciting opportunity for fans.”
It sounds like a great concept, but will the WWE “reintroduce” the Power Challenge to its competitors?
It’s unclear, and Foley’s comments don’t answer that question.
But it does mean that WWE’s “Power Of Wrestling” series is going away for the time being.