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)
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!