WWE 2019 PPV Schedule

Here you will find a complete list of all the 2019 WWE PPVs on the schedule as well as a link to the betting odds where it applies.

The big four events are Royal Rumble on January 27th, WrestleMania on April 7th, SummerSlam on August 11th, and Survivor Series on November 24th. We also have events from NXT and NXT UK on the schedule as well. Plus, the WWE live events that come from Saudi Arabia.

2019 is a year of major change in WWE as this is the year that SmackDown will premiere on FOX and a new competitor enters the field in All Elite Wrestling. The new television deals with USA Network and FOX have WWE making record profits and the pressure is going to be on for them to bring a quality product going forward. Especially with competition on the way. We could be headed towards a wrestling boom started in the second half of the year.

WWE 2019 PPV Schedule:

DATE SHOW LOCATION
01/12/19 NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool Blackpool, England
01/26/19 NXT TakeOver: Phoenix Phoenix, Arizona
01/27/19 Royal Rumble Phoenix, Arizona
02/17/19 Elimination Chamber Houston, Texas
03/10/19 Fastlane Cleveland, Ohio
04/05/19 NXT TakeOver: New York Brooklyn, New York
04/07/19 WrestleMania 35 East Rutherford, New Jersey
05/19/19 Money in the Bank Hartford, Connecticut
06/01/19 NXT TakeOver XXV Bridgeport, Connecticut
06/07/19 Super ShowDown Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
06/23/19 Stomping Grounds Tacoma, Washington
07/14/19 Extreme Rules Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
08/10/19 NXT TakeOver: Toronto Toronto, Ontario, Canada
08/11/19 SummerSlam Toronto, Ontario, Canada
08/31/19 NXT UK TakeOver: Cardiff Cardiff, Wales
09/15/19 Clash of Champions Charlotte, North Carolina
10/06/19 Hell in a Cell Sacramento, California
10/31/19 Crown Jewel Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
11/23/19 NXT TakeOver: War Games III Rosemont, Illinois
11/24/19 Survivor Series Rosemont, Illinois
12/15/19 TLC: Tables, Ladders, Chairs Minneapolis, Minnesota

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