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5. WWE’s PPV Schedule After SummerSlam
WWE’s next pay-per-view will be Backlash on June 14th. It will be followed by Extreme Rules in July, and then SummerSlam in August (if WWE is able to relocate the event to a suitable venue on time).
WrestleVotes reached out to a WWE source, who shared the company’s line-up for their pay-per-view events following SummerSlam.
The company will go with the usual line-up, with Clash Of Champions taking place in September, followed by Hell In A Cell in October. The month of November will see Crown Jewel and Survivor Series taking place. The year will end with TLC as usual.
“Below is what WWE had scheduled for PPVs after SummerSlam. TBD if it remains as is:
– Clash of Champions, 9/20, Newark
– Hell In A Cell, 10/18, Atlanta
– Saudi PPV, 11/5
– Survivor Series, 11/22, Dallas
– TLC, 12/20, Chicago”
Below is what WWE had scheduled for PPVs after SummerSlam. TBD if it remains as is:
• Clash of Champions, 9/20, Newark
• Hell In A Cell, 10/18, Atlanta
• Saudi PPV, 11/5
• Survivor Series, 11/22, Dallas
• TLC, 12/20, Chicago
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) May 19, 2020
This is the current line-up, but it could go through several changes depending on the situation regarding the Coronavirus pandemic.
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