WWE PPVs Schedule 2024: How to watch Live Streaming free


View the full schedule of 2024’s WWE pay-per-views and special events here.

Even if the Road to WrestleMania 40 is ended, the adventure continues. The world champions Damian Priest and Cody Rhodes emerged from this year’s grand showcase. They are currently spearheading a global push for pay-per-view blockbusters.

Priest added a significant wrinkle to the world heavyweight title picture, while Rhodes concluded his unchallenged WWE universal title tale.

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On the second night of WrestleMania 40, Rhodes defeated Roman Reigns to capture the WWE championship for his family and put a stop to Reigns’ record-breaking 1,316-day title run.

Five minutes after Priest had finally made his Money in the Bank move, he stole Drew McIntyre’s WrestleMania moment by winning the world heavyweight title from Seth Rollins.

Six distinct nations will host the next six WWE PPVs that have been announced. Major WWE events, Backlash and Bash in Berlin, will be held in France and Germany for the first time, on May 4 and August 31, respectively.

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For King and Queen of the Ring in Saudi Arabia on May 25, Clash at the Castle in Scotland on June 15, Money in the Bank in Toronto on July 6, and SummerSlam in Cleveland, the company will make a repeat trip to the Kingdom.

Check out the complete 2024 pay-per-view schedule (at least the events we currently know about) below, along with the dates and locations of all significant forthcoming events, to make sure you stay up to date with all of WWE’s iconic events—each of which will be covered right here by CBS Sports.

WWE PPVs Schedule 2024

May 4WWE BacklashLyon, France
May 25WWE King and Queen of the RingJeddah, Saudi Arabia
June 15WWE Clash at the CastleGlasgow, Scotland
July 6WWE Money in the BankToronto
Aug. 3WWE SummerSlamCleveland
Aug. 31WWE Bash in BerlinBerlin
WWE PPVs Schedule