- Updated on April 21 – WWE cancels Backlash in June
- Updated on April 18 – Money in the Bank
- Updated on April 4 – Complete WrestleMania 35 card
- Updated on March 10 – The rest of the 2019 WWE PPV dates revealed
- Updated on March 8 – New matches added to WWE Fastlane
- Updated on March 2 – May through July PPV schedules
With 2019 here, it is time for a new slate of WWE pay-per-view events that should entertain the WWE Universe throughout the year. The WWE PPV schedule is initially set up early in the year and the company then fills in locations and dates as the year moves on.
The WWE PPV schedule starts with the Royal Rumble, with that kicking off the Road to WrestleMania. SummerSlam hits every August and the Survivor Series around Thanksgiving.
Through it all, there are many more WWE pay-per-views and special events for the main brand as well as NXT and NXT UK. Here is a look at the upcoming WWE PPV schedule for 2019.
When is the next WWE PPV?
The very next WWE pay-per-view is Money in the Bank 2019 on May 19.
Here is all the information on this huge WWE pay-per-view event.
When is WWE Money in the Bank?
- Date: May 19
- Location: Hartford, Connecticut
Money in the Bank takes place this year at the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut. There will be the normal Money in the Bank ladder matches as well as title matches from both Monday Night Raw and SmackDown Live following the 2019 WWE Superstar Shake-Up.
WWE Money in the Bank matches and rumors:
There are only two matches confirmed for the 2019 Money in the Bank PPV so far and those are the two Money in the Bank ladder matches.
Once again, there will be one men’s and one women’s Money in the Bank ladder match with the winners getting guaranteed title shots at the world title of their choice in the next year. It is assumed that the matches will once again have three competitors from each brand.
There were two six-man matches on Monday Night Raw on April 22, with the winners fighting each other for the number one contender spot for Seth Rollins’ Universal title. AJ Styles and Baron Corbin won their matches and Styles won, meaning that new Raw wrestler AJ Styles will get the title shot against Rollins at Money in the Bank.
Becky Lynch will be pulling double duty at Money in the Bank. Lynch will put her Raw women’s title on the line against Lacey Evans. However, Lynch said that she was going to defend both titles and she will put her SmackDown Live women’s title on the line against Charlotte Flair as well.
When Roman Reigns made his debut on SmackDown Live after the WWE Superstar Shake-Up, he punched out Vince McMahon. This put him at odds with Shane McMahon who teamed with Elias to beat up Reigns. Now, Elias will battle Reigns at Money in the Bank.
We will update this page as more matches are added.
- WWE Men’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match: TBD
- WWE Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder Match: TBD
- Universal Championship: Seth Rollins vs. AJ Styles
- Raw Women’s Championship: Becky Lynch vs. Lacey Evans
- SmackDown Women’s Championship: Becky Lynch vs. Charlotte Flair
- Roman Reigns vs. Elias
2019 WWE PPV schedule
- January 12: WWE NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool (Results)
- January 26: WWE NXT TakeOver: Phoenix (Recap and Grades)
- January 27: WWE Royal Rumble (Results)
- February 17: WWE Elimination Chamber (Results)
- March 10: WWE Fastlane (Review)
- April 5: WWE NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn V (Recap)
- April 7: WWE WrestleMania 35 (Results)
- May 19: WWE Money in the Bank (Hartford, CT)
- June 7: “International Event” in Saudi Arabia
- June 8: WWE NXT TakeOver: San Jose (San Jose, CA)
- July 14: WWE Extreme Rules (Philadelphia, PA)
- August 10: WWE NXT TakeOver: Toronto (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- August 11: WWE SummerSlam (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
- September 15: WWE Hell in a Cell (Atlanta, GA)
- October 6: Clash of Champions (Sacramento, CA)
- November 1: “International Event” (rumored to be Saudi Arabia)
- November 23: NXT TakeOver: Chicago III (Rosemont, Illinois)
- November 24: WWE Survivor Series (Rosemont, Illinois)
- December 15: WWE TLC (Minneapolis, MN)