WWE Pay-Per-View Full Schedule For 2018

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WWE announced back in February 2018 that the company is doing away with brand exclusive Pay-Per-View (PPV) events and is falling back to its most coveted dual-brand PPV event. The biggest wrestling promotion in the world announced that starting with WrestleMania 34, every event on the schedule will be a dual brand show henceforth. The following is the full schedule for WWE’s PPV events (following Backlash) which are slated for 2018:

NXT TakeOver: Chicago – June 16, 2018

WWE Money In The Bank – June 17, 2018

WWE United Kingdom Championship Tournament – June18-June19, 2018

WWE Extreme Rules – July 15, 2018

NXT TakeOver: TBD – August 18, 2018

SummerSlam – August 19, 2018

WWE Hell In A Cell – September 16, 2018

WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs – October 21, 2018

NXT TakeOver: Los Angeles – November 17, 2018

Survivor Series – November 18, 2018





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WWE Clash of Champions – December 16, 2018

NXT TakeOver: TBD– January 26, 2019

Royal Rumble – January 2, 2018

NXT TakeOver: TBD – April 6, 2019

WrestleMania 35 – April 7, 2019

With the announcement, WWE has officially returned to its previous schedule of hosting a main-roster PPV a month.

The following are the predicted WWE PPV events for 2019 leading up to WrestleMania 35 with no particular word on the exact dates:

Elimination Chamber – February, 2019

WWE Fastlane – March, 2019

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