- WrestleMania, the biggest event in wrestling, is set to take place at MetLife Stadium this year.
- After WrestleMania, WWE already has plenty more scheduled pay-per-view shows set through the rest of the year, with more always ready to be added.
- Take a look below at WWE’s announced shows.
WrestleMania is the biggest event of the wrestling year, with the biggest stars in WWE all set to compete at MetLife Stadium in front of tens of thousands of fans.
But once the dust has settled on Sunday, WWE will waste no time in moving its stories forward. Wrestling operates every day of the year, and the company is already looking forward to the next events on its calendar, working to build stories to make for even more compelling fights the rest of the year.
Take a look below at the events WWE already has scheduled for the rest of 2019.
May 19: Money in the Bank
Location: Hartford, CT
Venue: XL Center
One thing to know: Money in the Bank will almost undoubtedly feature both a men’s and women’s Money in the Bank matches, both of which offer a championship opportunity to the victor.
June 8: NXT TakeOver
Location: San Jose, CA
Venue: Event Center Arena
One thing to know: This NXT TakeOver event will be the first that comes untethered to a larger, main roster WWE pay-per-view event.
July 14: Extreme Rules
Location: Philadelphia, PA
Venue: Wells Fargo Center
One thing to know: Extreme Rules allows for a wide range of match stipulations. In 2018, the event featured a steel cage match, a women’s Extreme Rules match, a 30-minute Iron Man match, and James Ellsworth suspended above the ring in a shark cage. With the event taking place in Philadelphia, the former home of ECW, expect WWE to pull out all the stops with a wild night of violence.
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