- Updated on July 16 – WWE Extreme Rules/SummerSlam
- Updated on June 25 – WWE Extreme Rules PPV
- Updated on June 18 – WWE Stomping Ground matches
- Updated on May 29 – Super ShowDown matches
- Updated on May 13 – Money in the Bank match changes
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 the WWE SummerSlam on August 11, with an NXT TakeOver event the night before.
Here is all the information on this huge WWE pay-per-view event.
When is WWE Extreme Rules?
- Date: August 11
- Location: Toronto, ON
The WWE SummerSlam PPV is one of the Big 4 WWE PPV events and this year will take place from the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The date is August 11 with an official start time of 7/6c.
WWE SummerSlam matches and rumors:
WWE didn’t mess around when it came to the SummerSlam planning. One night after Brock Lesnar cashed in his Money in the Bank contract to beat Seth Rollins at Extreme Rules, WWE set up a huge battle royal to determine who would fight him for the title at SummerSlam.
Seth Rollins won an all-star 10-man battle royal on Monday Night Raw by last eliminating Braun Strowman, Roman Reigns, and Randy Orton to earn the rematch for the Universal Championship.
On that same episode of Raw, a four-woman elimination match took place to determine who would face Becky Lynch for the Raw women’s title. Natalya won the match over Alexa Bliss, Naomi, and Carmella and will get the title shot in her home country of Canada.
We will update this page when other matches are revealed.
- WWE Universal Championship: Brock Lesnar vs. Seth Rollins
- WWE Raw Women’s Championship: Becky Lynch vs. Natalya
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 (Recap)
- June 1: WWE NXT TakeOver: XXV (Recap)
- June 7: WWE Super Showdown in Saudi Arabia (Recap)
- June 24: WWE Stomping Grounds (Recap)
- July 14: WWE Extreme Rules (Recap)
- 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)
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