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They want to make some adjustments. WWE is a major wrestling promotion and that is partially due to the kinds of adjustments they occasionally make. Sometimes something is not going right and a change is needed. That can make some of their ideas better, which is what they seem to be doing again, as WWE has debuted a new match type and already thinks it needs some tweaking.

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Last weekend, WWE presented its first ever WarGames match at Survivor Series, with a men’s and women’s edition taking place on the same show. During an interview with Kevin Owens on After The Bell, WWE broadcaster Corey Graves revealed that WWE was already discussing how to improve WarGames. The weekly pre-Monday Night Raw meeting focused on how great the matches were, but also on how to improve them. There is no word on any changes that might be made or when the match will be held again.

WarGames was a big deal. Check out what we saw on the first night:

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Opinion: That is good to see, as while the matches were good, there are some tweaks that could be made. If nothing else, it would be nice to see the matches shortened a bit as they can drag on too long. What matters is that WWE seems willing to make some changes instead of turning it into a battle of wills with the fans over who will give in first. The matches were good, and now we get to see where WarGames goes from here.

What did you think of the matches? How should future editions be changed? Let us know in the comments below.

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