Having experimented with three straight nights of action at Wrestlemania and SummerSlam, WWE will expand out their micro-takeover plan for cities, starting with April's WrestleMania 33.
The news was reported several weeks ago in the Wrestling Observer Newsletter and was reported on by ESPN business reporter Darren Rovell Thursday.
After announcing that the 2017 Survivor Series would see four straight nights of WWE-owned action, Rovell reported Thursday that the four-in-four approach will expand out to all of their "Big Four" events: Mania, Royal Rumble, Survivor Series, and SummerSlam.
That would mean NXT TakeOver shows on Saturday, WWE's PPV on Sunday, Raw on Monday, and SmackDown on Tuesday. Packages for all four nights will be made available.
As discussed on Wednesday's Wrestling Observer Radio, the approach is designed to create more interest among bidding cities due to the potential economic impact four nights of WWE can bring.
From a fan standpoint, the question will be whether four straight nights of events will lead to a burnout factor, especially with SmackDown on Tuesdays being the weekend finale.
We'll get our answer starting in 2017.