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WWE PPV Schedule 2021: Dates and Venues for Money In The Bank, SummerSlam, and More

WWE fans, get ready for an exciting lineup of pay-per-view events! After over a year of empty arenas, WWE is making a triumphant return with capacity crowds. The energy and excitement will be palpable as...

WWE fans, get ready for an exciting lineup of pay-per-view events! After over a year of empty arenas, WWE is making a triumphant return with capacity crowds. The energy and excitement will be palpable as we witness the magic of live events once again.

Say goodbye to the ThunderDome! This Friday, SmackDown bids farewell to the virtual crowd and welcomes back fans in Houston for an emotional night that will be remembered for years to come. And just two days later, WWE takes a PPV event out of Florida, signaling a return to normalcy in the world of wrestling.

Here's a glimpse of the upcoming WWE pay-per-view schedule for 2021:

WWE Money In The Bank (July 18)

WWE SummerSlam (August 21)

WWE Clash of Champions (September)

WWE Extreme Rules (October)

WWE Survivor Series (November)

WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs (December)

WWE Royal Rumble (January 2022)

WWE Fastlane (February/March 2022)

WrestleMania 38 (April 3, 2022)

The excitement starts with WWE Money In The Bank 2021, which is just around the corner on Sunday night, July 18. Fans in the UK can catch the action at 1 am, as it airs from Dickies Arena in Fort Worth, Texas. This stacked card features talented wrestlers like Ricochet, Riddle, Drew McIntyre, and Big E competing for the men's briefcase. The women's bout includes names like Liv Morgan, Zelina Vega, and Nikki A.S.H.

The intense matches continue with Edge challenging Roman Reigns for the Universal Title, Kofi Kingston taking on Bobby Lashley for the WWE Championship, and Rhea Ripley facing Charlotte Flair for the Raw Women's Title. The card also includes a tag team championship bout between The Viking Raiders and AJ Styles/Omos.

Reflecting on last year's event, we witnessed the thrilling showdown as men and women battled up WWE's Titan Tower headquarters to capture the respective briefcases. Fans were left in awe as Otis won the men's briefcase, but The Miz ultimately seized the opportunity and became the champion. As for the women's division, Asuka emerged victorious, and the night took an unexpected turn when Raw's Becky Lynch relinquished her title, revealing that Asuka had actually won it.

All eyes are now set on WWE SummerSlam 2021, which will break away from its traditional Sunday night slot. The event will take place on Saturday, August 21, at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. Rumors have been circulating about John Cena's potential return, and Becky Lynch could also make a comeback, making this event on par with WrestleMania in terms of grandeur.

But that's not all - mark your calendars for WWE Extreme Rules 2021 on September 26. This brutal night of WWE action will unfold at the Nationwide Arena in Columbus, Ohio. Expect the superstars to pull out all the stops, fueled by the electrifying energy of a live crowd.

While plans for an NXT TakeOver event during SummerSlam weekend are still under wraps, speculation suggests that the black and gold brand may have something spectacular in store for the fans. Keep an eye out for updates as Triple H himself mentioned the possibility of an event the night after SummerSlam.

For our UK wrestling enthusiasts, WWE's SmackDown stars will be embarking on a tour in September. Roman Reigns, Bianca Belair, Big E, Sasha Banks, and The Usos are among the wrestlers making their way to Newcastle, London, Cardiff, and Glasgow for a long-awaited four-date run.

Exciting times await WWE fans across the globe. Get ready to immerse yourself in the world of thrilling matches, electrifying moments, and unforgettable memories. Stay tuned for more updates and be there to witness history in the making!

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