WWE Pay Per View Schedule List 2024

WWE Pay Per View Schedule List 2024

Although it is now under new ownership, the sports entertainment firm formerly known as pay-per-views, WWE Premium Live Events, continued to produce major events in the year following the sale. Thanks to the important live events it hosts annually, the brand remains strong.

All of the key NXT programs and WWE premium live events that will be broadcast live on WWE Network on Peacock are listed here.

You should hold on to your Peacock premium subscription if you want to see every important match.

Royal Rumble on January 27, 2024

For WWE, Florida has been a frequent stop on the road to WrestleMania in previous years. Before WrestleMania40, the Royal Rumble will take place in St. Petersburg, Florida, according to WWE.

On February 24, 2024, in Perth, Australia, WWE will host another pay-per-view event known as Elimination Chamber, which will revolve around the renowned chamber matches.

Rhea Ripley will most probably compete in the women’s chamber match at her home town, even if information about the event are currently unknown. As everyone knows, WrestleMania isn’t complete without Elimination Chamber.

Coming up on April 6-7, 2024, WrestleMania 40

In April 2024, “Granddaddy of Them All” will make his first visit to the “City of Brotherly Love” in 25 years, when WrestleMania40 takes place at Lincoln Financial Field, home of the Philadelphia Eagles.

The biggest wrestling event of the year, which WWE announced in July 2022, would be held on April 6 and 7, 2024. Following the initial implementation of the two-day model a number of years ago.

NXT In Your House
Crown Jewel
NXT World’s Collide
Hell In A Cell
Extreme Rules
NXT Halloween Havoc


All of the following events took place in 2023 and may be viewed online:

Royal Rumble – January 28, 2023 – Streaming Peacock.
NXT Vengeance Day – February 4, 2023 – Streaming on Peacock.
Elimination Chamber -February 18, 2023 – Streaming on Peacock.
NXT Road Block – March 7, 2023 – Streaming on Peacock.
NXT Stand & Deliver – April 1, 2023 – Streaming on Peacock.
WrestleMania 39 – April 1-2, 2023 – Streaming on Peacock.
Backlash – May 6, 2023 – Streaming on Peacock
Night Of Champions – May 27, 2023 – Streaming on Peacock

On January 1, 2019, the announcement was made that AEW would be formed. On May 25, the promotion held its first event, Double or Nothing, which was also its first pay-per-view (PPV). In addition to Double or Nothing, AEW’s President and Chief Executive Officer Tony Khan has called the promotion’s four largest shows of the year—All Out, Full Gear, Revolution, and Double or Nothing—the “big four” pay-per-view events (PPVs). The COVID-19 epidemic forced the AEW to relocate most of its activities to Jacksonville, Florida’s Daily’s Place from March 2020 to July 2021.

After reopening to a small number of fans in August 2020, AEW held sold-out gigs in May 2021, and by mid-July of that year, they were back on the road for live promotions. Forbidden Door, a co-promoted event with New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW), was the fifth pay-per-view (PPV) event that AEW added to its lineup in June 2022. In the second half of 2023, the promotion added All In, WrestleDream, and Worlds End to its schedule, respectively, in August, October, and December.

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