According to PWInsider, the WWE will be hosting a total of 14 PPVs for the year 2018 – which would two fewer PPVs than the year 2017.

The site reports that current plans call for Raw to hold five PPVs, SmackDown to hold four PPVs and five co-branded PPVs shows. On top of WWE’s “Big 4” PPVs (Royal Rumble, WrestleMania, SummerSlam and Survivor Series), Money in the Bank will now be a co-branded show.

You can read the reported 2018 schedule below:

  • Royal Rumble, Jan. 28 – Philadelphia
  • Elimination Chamber, Feb. 25 – Las Vegas (Raw)
  • Fastlane, Mar. 11 – Columbus, OH (SmackDown)
  • WrestleMania, April, 8 – New Orleans
  • Backlash, May, 6 – Newark (Raw)
  • Payback, May 27 – Baltimore (SmackDown)
  • Money in The Bank, June, 17 – Chicago
  • Battleground, July 15 – Pittsburgh (Raw)
  • SummerSlam, Aug. 19 – Brooklyn
  • Extreme Rules, Sept. 16 – San Antonio (Raw)
  • Hell in a Cell, Sept. 30 – Nashville (SmackDown)
  • TLC, Oct. 21 – Boston (Raw)
  • Survivor Series, Nov. 18 – Los Angeles
  • Clash of Champions, Dec. 16 – San Jose, CA (SmackDown)

At this year’s Money in the Bank PPV, Becky Lynch, Carmella, Charlotte Flair, Natalya and Tamina competed in the first-ever Women’s Money in the Bank Ladder match.

What are your thoughts on these current PPV plans for the year 2018? Are you excited to see Money in the Bank become a co-branded PPV? Do you think we’ll see another Women’s MITB match? Let us know in the comments below!