WWE has released its list of pay-per-view events for 2022 with Saturday nights taking the lion’s share of events and a potential trip across the pond on the horizon.
The company has released the list of nine events in a statement adding that events due to take place in February and October next year are close to being finalised.
The run of shows starts with the Day One event that will take place on New Year’s Day at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta. January will have two pay-per-views with the annual Royal Rumble event occurring on Saturday, 29th of January at The Dome at America’s Center in St. Louis.
The list also confirms that for the third year in a row WrestleMania will be a two-night affair with the AT&T Stadium in Dallas hosting two nights of action on The Grandest Stage Of Them All on the 2nd and 3rd of April.
On Sunday, May 8th, an unnamed PPV event will take place in the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in Providence, Rhode Island. The next month will see another as yet unnamed event emanate from the Allstate Arena in Chicago on Sunday, June 5th.
Money In The Bank returns on Saturday 2nd of July where WWE Superstars will hope to follow in Nikki ASH and Big E’s footsteps as the event once again takes place in Allegiant Stadium, Las Vegas.
Perhaps the biggest surprise on the list is the revelation that SummerSlam for the first time ever will not take place in August. Instead, The Biggest Party Of The Summer heads to Nissan Stadium in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday 30th of July.
The event listed for either the 3rd or 4th of September with its location listed as “TBD” has most tongues wagging with many suggesting that this event could be a potential long-awaited pay-per-view event to be held in the UK. The one and only time WWE has held a traditional PPV in the UK was back in 1992 when SummerSlam took place at Wembley Stadium, London.
November will see the return of the Survivor Series and 2022’s edition of what has become the battle for brand supremacy in recent years will take place on Saturday, 26th November at TD Garden in Boston.