One month into the start of WWE's new "season" following WrestleMania 32, the company offers a Payback pay-per-view card that is short on the company's top superstars but long on interesting matches and potential for the future.
Talent additions from the independent circuit and recent call-ups from the company's own NXT developmental system make up nearly 50 percent of the talent set to perform on the show - set for Sunday at 8 p.m. ET from Allstate Arena in Rosemont, Illinois - which is a big reason why WWE is billing the ...
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