To culminate their weekly Raw and SmackDown Live pro wrestling events, WWE hosts pay-per-view events on a monthly basis. The only WWE pay-per-view for May is Money in the Bank, which was the 10th installment since its inauguration in 2010. For three decades, WWE has presented the “Big Four” pay-per-views of the year: Royal Rumble, WrestleMania, SummerSlam, and Survivor Series.
Now, not only do pay-per-views such as WWE Money in the Bank occur yearly, but several others have become memorable events. These events on the WWE PPV schedule include Extreme Rules, Backlash, Hell in a Cell, Elimination Chamber, as well as the NXT TakeOver WWE Network specials.
Here is the PPV schedule and WWE Network specials scheduled for 2019.
January 12 – NXT UK TakeOver: Blackpool — Blackpool, England
January 26 – NXT UK TakeOver: Phoenix — Phoenix, Arizona
January 27 – Royal Rumble — Phoenix, Arizona
February 17 – Elimination Chamber — Houston, Texas
March 10 – Fastlane — Cleveland, Ohio
April 5 – NXT TakeOver: New York — Brooklyn, New York
April 7 – WrestleMania 35 — East Rutherford, New Jersey
May 19 – Money in the Bank — Hartford, Connecticut
June 1 – NXT TakeOver: XXV — Bridgeport, Connecticut
June 7 – Super ShowDown — Jedda, Saudi Arabia
June 23 – Stomping Grounds — Tacoma, Washington
July 14 – Extreme Rules — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
August 10 – NXT TakeOver: Toronto — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
August 11 – SummerSlam — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
September 15 – Hell in a Cell — Atlanta, Georgia
November 23 – NXT TakeOver: Chicago III — Chicago, Illinois
November 24 – Survivor Series — Chicago, Illinois
December 15 – TLC: Tables, Ladders, Chairs — Minneapolis, Minnesota
Money in the Bank is scheduled for May inside the XL Center in Hartford, Connecticut. Due to the partnership of Vince McMahon and the Saudi Arabia General Sports Authority, the following pay-per-view will be held in Jedda, Saudi Arabia, and it will be named Super ShowDown.
Super ShowDown will feature the main event of The Undertaker competing for the first time ever in a singles match against Goldberg, along with Triple H competing against Randy Orton in a WrestleMania XXV rematch, as well as the largest battle royal in WWE history which will include 50 men from WWE Raw and WWE SmackDown.
The biggest event of the year, WrestleMania, was held at the MetLife stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Next year, WrestleMania 36 will be hosted in Tampa, Florida.