Here is the updated schedule for WWE PPV for 2019. The next in the list are mentioned below in the table given on the page. WrestleMania 35 and Superstar Shakeup have come and gone. Now, it’s the time to move to the upcoming pay-per-views in the World Wrestling Entertainment. (Check: Big Brother .)

Now, the WWE is going through the second half of 2019 with the rest of its stacked per-per-view lineup. This year, SummerSlam is going to take place in Canada. It will be its first time since 2004. Since 1989, Illinois will see its first ever Survivor Series. Only three times, it has taken place there.

WWE has made a deal with Saudi Arabia to host two shows in the country. For now, one of them has been announced. Along with it, the other international tours and events have been in rumors. We can get to see second all-women’s Evolution show in 2019. However, it has not been announced yet.

WWE 2019 PPV Schedule, Date & Time, Location, Match Card, Fights Calendar List
WWE 2019 PPV Schedule, Date & Time, Location, Match Card, Fights Calendar List

It could happen alongside the Saudi Arabia show in late October or early November 2019. Here is the list to stay updated with all of WWE’s events. Scroll down and check out the entire 2019 schedule below.

WWE PPV Schedule 2019

Jan. 12 NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool Blackpool, England
Jan. 26 NXT TakeOver: Phoenix Phoenix, Arizona
Jan. 27 Royal Rumble Phoenix, Arizona
Feb. 17 Elimination Chamber Houston, Texas
Mar. 10 Fastlane Cleveland, Ohio
Apr. 5 NXT TakeOver: New York Brooklyn, New York
Apr. 7 WrestleMania 35 East Rutherford, New Jersey
May 19 Money in the Bank Hartford, Connecticut
June 7 Super ShowDown Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
June 23 Stomping Grounds Tacoma, Washington
July 14 Extreme Rules Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Aug. 10 NXT TakeOver: Toronto Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Aug. 11 SummerSlam Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Sept. 15 Hell in a Cell Atlanta, Georgia
Oct. 6 Clash of Champions Sacramento, California
Nov. 1 TBA Saudi Arabia
Nov. 23 NXT TakeOver: War Games III Rosemont, Illinois
Nov. 24 Survivor Series Rosemont, Illinois
Dec. 15 TLC: Tables, Ladders, Chairs Minneapolis, Minnesota


  1. January 26 – Royal Rumble – Minute Maid Park, Houston, Texas
  2. April 5 – WrestleMania 36 – Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida

WWE has been broadcasting PPV events since the 1980s, when its classic “Big Four” events (Royal Rumble, WrestleMania, SummerSlam, and Survivor Series) were first established.



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